Jason Harrod is a Brooklyn-based performing songwriter known for generous melodies and poetic, image-rich lyrics. Jason made his mark as one-half of seminal Boston duo Harrod and Funck before venturing out on his own. Over years of constant writing, recording, and touring, Jason has garnered a devoted fan base which has steadily grown over time. With each of his releases, from Living in Skin to Bright As You to his collection of Christmas songs, Jason has grown with his audience. Now, with the release of his third solo release, Highliner, Harrod has reached a high watermark of musicality and poetry. Highliner is a collection of 11 sweeping, cinematic travelogues, filled with quirky narrative detail and propelled by Harrod’s honey-dipped tenor, now clearer and more commanding than ever. Harrod often begins performances by stating that he sings of “God, Women, and Geography.” He also sings of yearning to be set free, to take to the skies like that train on the cover (rendered by Vesper Stamper), and to be known, both by a warm human body, and by God almighty.