• harker No Discordance (LP, £12.95)

    Lighting up stages with their amps-turned-to-11, valve-busting take on drive-time punk rock, Brighton's Harker has already warmed up stages for the likes of Red City Radio, Creeper, Boston Manor & Moose Blood & Off With Their Heads and they are only getting started. Putting their collective irons in the fire for the past three years, Harker is a band full of momentum. Formed by front man Mark Boniface, the project has gone on to include a formidable line-up of musicians touring relentlessly across the UK and Europe and fully embracing a louder-fuzz pop driven sound. With 3 EPs released through No Panic records, Shield Recordings & Flix Records in Europe and internationally in America by Less Than Jake Drummer Vinnie Fiorello’s imprint – Paper + Plastick, Harker are now releasing their debut full length on Fond Of Life Records. With their previous outputs described as “a fleshed out ruckus punk rock assault” (Alreadyheard.com) with songs that “should turn the heads of punk fans from all walks of life” (ThePunkSite.com) Harker are chomping at the bit to live up to high expectations voiced by critics and fans alike. TRACK LISTING 1. Station Approach, 2. Plague Your Heart, 3. Black Dog, 4. 300 Cigarettes, 5. Nancy Downs, 6. Lower Ground 7. Caught Up, 8. Drive At Night, 9. Sometimes Dead Is Better, 10. Endless Eight


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