Harvey Goldfinch is arguably the most iconic music sensation to come out of England since the start of the century. Raised in the city of Leeds, Harvey started making EDM in 2010 and has exponentially grown his following ever since. Over the years he has produced and performed under various personas, such as being a crucial member of the trance and progressive house supergroup known as Tritone. With fellow collaborators Franky Nuts and Oliverse, this trio has played at some of the biggest stages in the world, from Tomorrowland to Parookaville.
Another one of Harvey's extremely successful projects is Chime. Under this alias, he has cultivated a unique experimental sound referred to as color bass. Chime's electrifying style has attracted Disciple, Joytime Collective, Circus, Subsidia, and other highly-respected labels. Additionally, Chime unleashed his own label, Rushdown, which has featured blossoming underground artists, like Ace Aura, Papa Khan, Skybreak, and Sharks.
Coming hot off his 2021 releases of "Fall To Me" with Flux Pavillion and "The Minotaur" with Doctor P, Chime's newest single is fascinating and intense. This color bass anthem is called "Bring Me Back" and it delivers monumental progressions of bass throughout. Encompassing an infectious bassline and psychedelic effects in "Bring Me Back", Chime proves exactly why he has received praise from across the electronic scene.