Haran portrays his world through meaningful and rich lyrics infused in immediate sing-a-longs. He is not looking to re-invent the wheel, just to color it and colored it is. Haran delivers a resurrection pumped Power Pop about life, living, love, and life altering experiences without any lens or avoidance. Haran does not hide behind the music as his lyrics fire his version of the truth straight into the hearts of the audience with the goal of letting go. In his uptempo song, “Next time” he refers to the days before his catastrophic injury that sent him and his music career into 2 years of recovery. In the song “Recall For Arms,” he takes his audience with him to the moment his life changed. ”The minute you will notice you’ll be gone, there is no light no tunnel... you’re alone.” Haran pours his heart break into the power driven love song, “Your Innocence”.“The Way Up,” is a heart wrenching song about his seemingly endless hospital rehabilitation days in which he chants in the chorus, “If I can’t walk, then I guess I should fly.” Haran’s sound is best categorized between the genres of British Indie and American Pop-Punk...or in a genre of its own...Pumped.