He was born in Doncaster, United Kingdom on August 5, He collaborated with Halsey on the track " 11 Minutes " and was in a romantic relationship with her. He was born to his mother, Samantha Harrison  and his father, Justin Harrison. Read more here. They first performed it at The Laylow in London. Videos on Instagram show them performing parts of the song. They met in November , at a bar in California, they both have declined to share the location because it has become their spot and they'd rather not have it be public knowledge. They both recall drinking beers and talking for hours about life and music, not intending to collaborate with each other. Within a week of them meeting, "11 Minutes" was finished with Halsey on the track and Travis Barker on drums.
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I had the chance to chat with one of the most intriguing artists in the music industry before his Lollapalooza After show set, opening for Catfish and the Bottlemen. It was mental! I think of growing up and looking at the Warped Tour and kind of seeing the legacy of it. The sense of community — it feels like rock and roll summer camp and to be able to jump on stage with bands like Good Charlotte, Simple Plan, and Waterparks was just really dope. It was sick! Warped, festivals, or your own shows?
His debut EP, Yungblud , was released 19 January Rex in the s. On 7 April , Harrison released his debut single "King Charles",  which Tenement TV branded "a protest song for the disenfranchised working classes",  along with a music video for it on YouTube ,  On 15 September , he released "I Love You, Will You Marry Me",  he explained to Triple J that the song is "a comment on corporate companies trying to make money out of something as precious as love". On 19 January , he released "Polygraph Eyes" from the EP, a song about sexual assault against girls; speaking to PILERATS, he explained "I used to go out in the north at 14 with a fake ID , and see these drunk girls stumbling out of nightclubs with boys that weren't nearly as drunk as they were I didn't realise that it was wrong until I'd grown up, until I moved down to London and saw the world from a real perspective. Flay on her "Everywhere Is Somewhere" tour.