"Let You Down" is a folk-pop confessional from New York-based songwriter, photographer, and performer Harriet Manice, and is featured on her new EP "Weightless." Harriet has been singing all her life, with a core aesthetic that combines elements of folk, country, and pop - drawing from a range of influences that include James Taylor, Eric Clapton, The Dixie Chicks, and Christina Aguilera, to name just a few.

Her first single was released just a few years ago, and since then she has graced the stages at venues such as The Bitter End, Rockwood Music Hall, Sidewalk Cafe, and Prohibition in New York City, as well as Jane Pickens Theatre and The Breakers in Newport, RI. Backed by a gorgeous piano track, "Let You Down" explores the difficult process of weighing personal ambition against the proclivities of love. Although we feel the need to move on, sometimes a clean break is not possible. "Let You Down" showcases a vocal passion from Harriet Manice that might remind fans a bit of Kelsea Ballerini, and offers a soothing tribute to the forces of self-love, as well as a commitment to following through with difficult life-choices.

This song is featured on our CHILL NEW Songwriters playlist.

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