Pop artist Harry Hudson comes out with another single, "Gone," from his upcoming album. The song follows his last single released a month ago, "Yellow Lights," with a different, livelier energy. It picks up the pace with a swift banjo riff and full-sounding drums on a track that is radio-ready. He continues to sing about love and loss, and the emotional turmoil that comes along with being in a precarious relationship. The track is produced by Daniel Braunstein, and is Harry's third release on MSFTSmusic/Roc Nation label through their Interscope Records partnership. The track is accompanied by a sweet lyric video with clips of Harry and a love interest, dancing and kissing outdoors. The feel-good song highlights Hudson's folk-rock and pop influences, and on the 23rd of February he is releasing a short film titled Can Cowboys Cry, featuring four of his own songs off of his upcoming album. The trailer for the contemporary western flick is included below.