MUSIC NEWS: The Hara Unveil Next Single off Debut Album
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Out via Scruff of the Neck Records, Mancunian rockers, The Hara, unveil introspect rock ballad Died in my Twenties. Offering another glimpse into their debut album, Survival Mode, the track captures their ruminative side, in contrast to the untamed chaos fans are accustomed to.
Examining the traps of their lifestyle, they share how the track is about how “being in a band, or just choosing music to pursue as a career in general is probably one of the most difficult things to do and especially trying to navigate that with family and personal relationships, a lot of sacrifices are made and it’s easy to lose yourself in the pursuit of success. I think a part of you dies and that can be hard to accept.”
Check out their video to Okay That’s Me, for another glimpse into the awaited album:
The Hara head out on tour in April, catch them at the follow:
Fri 7th – SHEFFIELD – O2 Academy 2
Sat 8th – GLASGOW – Cathouse
Sun 9th – NEWCASTLE – The Cluny
Wed 12th – BRISTOL – The Fleece
Thu 13th – LONDON – The Garage
Fri 14th – BIRMINGHAM – O2 Academy 2
Sat 15th – MANCHESTER – Academy 2
Until then, stream Died in my Twenties HERE.