Harrison has traveled many roads through music. From the age of six he joined international touring organization Ragazzi Boys Choir, where he finished Master's Theory by ten, toured by eleven, and performed with such names as the San Francisco Opera, the San Jose Symphony, Drakensberg Boys Choir, and more. By sixteen he began writing different forms of pop rock songs, with an emphasis on pop/punk. In college, he continued his music education with a BA in Music from Fordham University, while beginning his solo project working with the likes of Matthew Cullen (Ray LaMontagne, Norah Jones) and Scott Jacoby (John Legend, Vampire Weekend). After college, he moved to Los Angeles, where he soon met drummer Carlo Ribaux and formed Victory Kid. Now with a more honed direction and input from Carlo as well as Cuni Besic on lead guitar, Nathan Kersey-Wilson on bass and recording with Allan Hessler (Story of the Year, The Used, Goldfinger, Serj Tankian, Avenged Sevenfold). As a band they have toured the west coast, gained over 500k streams on their single "Clownin'", and released visually stimulating videos that continue to lure in fans to their polished, SoCal skatepunk sound. In 2021 they're planning on touring the US, UK, and German markets with their newfound label Sbam records.
Ukulele, Saxophone, Musician, Lead Vocals, Keyboard, Electric Rhythm Guitar, Electric Lead Guitar, Bass Guitar, Background Vocals, Acoustic Rhythm Guitar