Hear Crushing Solo Song From 10-Year-Old Girl Who Covered Spiritbox on TV | Revolver

Hear Crushing Solo Song From 10-Year-Old Girl Who Covered Spiritbox on TV

Harper signed with Spiritbox's label and worked with Shadow of Intent guitarist on debut track

Remember the 10-year-old girl named Harper who recently did a crushing cover of Spiritbox's "Holy Roller" on America's Got Talent? How the hell could you forget? Well, after displaying her talents on national TV and then joining Spiritbox onstage in the U.K. to duet the song with Courtney LaPlante, she's now announced that she's signed to Spiritbox's Pale Chord record label in a partnership with Rise Records. 

And to give us a preview of what sound she's going for as a soloist, Harper has also dropped a crushing new song called "Falling" that was co-written by Shadow of Intent guitarist Chris Wiseman and Ben Lumber of Acres. Coming from someone who loves Spiritbox, the track definitely has a heavy-as-fuck djent-core vibe, and Harper sounds like a total beast screaming and singing over it with the chops of a musician twice her age.

It's really impressive! Listen above. 

"'Falling' was written shortly after my cover of 'Holy Roller,'" Harper said. "This was the first creative process and song writing process I've been a part of so it was super fun to create something I can call my own. Spiritbox became my favorite band as soon as I heard them and they've shown nothing but love and support for me since day one, they really are some of the kindest humans I've ever met!

"Getting to perform with them in London was a dream come true and a memory I will cherish and be forever grateful for. I am so excited to be working with Pale Chord for my debut single the label have been nothing short of amazing to me and I'm excited to make some magic with them!"