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Dutch Musician Harry Kappen releases new single “Not all of us agreed”

Harry Kappen is an ardent singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist from the Netherlands. The Dutch musician composes his songs in his home studio, the most comfortable place to make music. Harry Kappen’s music is very unique as he blends genres like pop rock with smooth ballads and catchy songwriting. His music is influenced by legends like Paul McCartney, David Bowie, and many more. 

Harry Kappen has released several singles and an album called “Escape”. His latest release is called “Not all of us agreed”. Let’s talk about the song and its ingredients in detail. The song starts with a pop-sounding lead on a synth that becomes the base of the song. A drum roll kicks in the vocals immediately with some pads. The melody is interesting and unique, as are the lyrics that talk about AI and love. The chorus kicks in soon and the song lifts up with a catchy hook that is so groovy. Some 80s elements can be sensed in the whole production that blends in really well. The bridge hits with that rock element as an electric guitar comes in and changes the vibe of the song. The song has an epic journey towards the end, as the guitar solo along with the hook just carries you till the last second. 

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“Not all of us agreed” is a beautiful song by Harry Kappen. Harry has done some phenomenal work on the production of the song as well. Its highly recommended to listen to the song. 

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