Live @ The Baptist featuring Harrison Storm


Friday 28 July 2023


Studio 188
188 Brisbane Street Ipswich


Online Tickets – $20.00 ea

Tickets at the Door – $25.00 ea



7:00pm – 11:00pm


(07) 3810 6100

A prolific indie-folk singer-songwriter, Harrison Storm’s catalogue has already amassed over 350 million combined streams on Spotify.


From his debut EP Sense of Home to 2020’s Be Slow EP to last year’s Under Dusk EP with Enna Blake, Harrison’s poignant lyrics and expansive arrangements allow the listener to instantly feel the innate honesty of his music. This honesty and emotional intelligence have led to fans around the world, as well as placement on the most coveted Spotify playlists (Your Favourite Coffeehouse, Relax & Unwind, The Stress Buster).

With a charismatic stage presence, Storm has also made a name for himself, performing alongside Ziggy Alberts, Snow Patrol, The Paper Kites, Gregory Alan Isakov, SYML, Tash Sultana, Michael Franti, The Cat Empire, Hollow Coves and more. Simultaneously, Harrison has received radio support from tastemaker stations like Triple J, BBC Radio 2, KCRW, and SiriusXM. His music has been licensed to TV networks like NBC (“The Blacklist,” “This Is Us”), MTV (“Teen Mom”), ABC (“American Idol”), Hulu (“Love, Victor”), CBS, and more.

Harrison has just released his new single ‘Warm A Cold Heart’, the first track from his upcoming debut album ‘Wonder, Won’t You?’. To celebrate this release Harrison is excited to announce his first regional tour in Australia and he can’t wait to visit new areas of the country and share his new music.

Harrison Storm will be supported by local Artist Ethan Hill

With a passion for connecting with people through his music, Ipswich indie/pop artist Ethan Hill performs with daring vulnerability. Ethan impressed the judges with his audition on Australian Idol, making it through the the top 50 with four yes’. Opening for the likes of The Voice’s Faith Sosene and Liam Keates-Riley, as well as playing at established venues such as Eat Street Northshore and Doo Bop Piano Bar Brisbane, Ethan shows no signs of slowing down.

Drawing from personal experience, his dynamic songs explore his journey finding his identity as a queer person, as well as relationship experiences relatable to a broader Gen Z audience. Although he has predominantly done cover gigs so far, Ethan is excited to begin sharing more original work, and hopes to release music on streaming platforms soon.