In this episode of Behind The Mic, we checked back in with Harry from UK alt-pop band, VICTORS.

In Part 1, we talked about the mental health impact of the streaming wars on musicians, anxiety and FOMO.

In Part 2 we discuss their latest EP, III and getting back into doing shows post-Covid, why their 2022 was a quieter one but why Harry and the band needed this period of reflection to go again in 2023 and not allow the band’s career to plateau.

For Harry’s mental health, he moved to London from Leeds in January 2022 and we discuss the challenges of that, what he’s had to overcome and how he now feels much more at home where he lives currently in East London.

We also discuss the concept of ‘friend dating’ which he had to do when he first moved to London and why many people need to do this in order to build a new support network when they move to a new city.

We finish by talking about a very scary health emergency he had in December 2022 where he ended up having a twisted testicle. He was rushed to A&E, had an emergency operation that same day and thankfully his testicle was saved.

As always, #itsokaytovent

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Outro: VICTORS – I Could Be Your World


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