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Brighton punks shares their second single of 2023 ahead of live dates

Since forming in 2015 Harker have established themselves as a UK heavyweight of the punk scene, with two killer full length albums released worldwide through notable labels such as Wiretap Records (US), Paper + Plastick (US), Fixing a Hole (JP). Live they have relentlessly gigged, racking up the miles on heavy tours round the UK, Europe and Japan including festival slots for Manchester Punk Fest, Call of The Wild, Right To Roam, Popmonument, Washed Out and Booze Cruse.

Harker have gone on to support the likes of The Wildhearts, Gouge Away, The Wedding

Present, Spanish Love Songs, Magnapop and Spielbergs. The band have confirmed they are releasing 4 new singles this year starting with Wasting Time that came out to rave reviews back in March and now ‘Out The Window’.

The track is inspired by the persistent existential angst of the impending climate crisis, ‘Out The Window ’is a furious, yet thoughtful modern protest anthem. Harker fits perfectly into the cultural zeitgeist, fusing elements of the post-punk revival with vintage power-pop hooks. Capturing the despair of a generation left to deal with the problem on their own, this is one of the most urgent punk songs to emerge from the UK this year. It’s perfect for politically-charged, progressive punk playlists.

All tracks were recorded at Southsea Sound in Portsmouth and produced by Tim Greaves.

Harker are:

Mark Boniface - Lead Vocals, Guitar

Phoebe Saunders - Bass, backing vocals

Matt Claxton - Drums

Louis May - Guitar


11th May - The Great Escape Festival, Brighton (UK)

24th June - Booze Cruise, Hamburg (Germany)

30th June - Prince Albert, Brighton (UK)

8th July - Right To Roam, Bolton (UK)

15th July - Guildhall, Portsmouth (UK) * Supporting Authority Zero

28th October - One For The Road Festival, York (UK)


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