Sheffield’s finest indie-punks, Nai Harvest, today announce UK dates in Spring with support from Abattoir Blues (dates marked with *).
They will play the following dates:
21st February – Nottingham, Rough Trade
22nd February – Bristol, Start The Bus
25th March – Sheffield, Leadmill*
26th March – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club*
27th March – Newcastle, Think Tank*
29th March – Manchester, Deaf Instititue*
30th March – Birmingham, Rainbow Cellar*
31st March – Brighton, Hope & Ruin*
1st April – London, Boston Music Rooms*
2nd April – Leicester, The Cookie*
You can buy tickets here:
Nai Harvest also premiered a new video for “Ocean Of Madness” with Stereogum at the end of last year, who said the track ” is one of many carefully orchestrated indie-pop songs to be found throughout Hairball, and the new accompanying video mimics its unwavering energy.”
You can see the Stereogum Premiere HERE.
Director Ed Crisp explained how the video came to fruition: “I had the idea a while ago for a video that was based on a band playing in the middle of a circular dolly track, so that was the sort of starting point for the video… We got some friends in to be in the background and to bring loads of props and costumes etc; for some reason somebody had a kangaroo outfit and a gas mask.”
Nai Harvest has always had a habit of surprising people, whether by surpassing their sonic expectations of a two piece or by effortlessly skipping between genres. Racing through ‘80s and ‘90s-influenced indie rock, their recent album Hairball (Released April 2015) is propulsive and elastic, taking sharp turns into hazy garage punk and feedback-laden grunge.