Harvey Causon celebrates success of new single, Fourth Floor.

Bristol based musician Harvey Causon was featured on Spotify's 'New Music Friday UK' playlist last week following the release of his latest single, Fourth Floor. Having been on the alternative Bristol music scene for just over three years, Causon has become a sought-after singer and multi-instrumentalist who seems to find the perfect balance between contemporary R&B and electronica.

Within one day, Fourth Floor hit 5000 streams and even appeared on Spotify's 'Altar' playlist. The playlist hosts the best of new alternative electronic music and was launched by world renowned musician, artist, producer and DJ, Four Tet. Altar hosts tracks from some of the world's most respected and influential artists from electronica, house, techno and beyond such as Machine Woman, Floating Points, Murlo, Shelley Parker and more.

Well done Harvey!!

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