Following continued support from BBCR1, Radio X and Spotify throughout 2017, rising Liverpool Alt-Pop band HAARM are streaming their first new material for 2018 in the form of latest single ‘Box Of Bones’.
The band are also pleased to announce that the single is the first track to be taken from their long-awaited forthcoming debut EP, with further details to be revealed.
The track will be released on 30th March via all good digital retailers, with a limited edition vinyl release through boutique record club HURD. Fans can sign up at https://www.wearehurd.co.uk/ to be in with a chance of securing a copy of the record, which will be the band’s first physical release.
Commenting on the single they said: "We wanted ‘Box of Bones’ to be a marriage between horror and pop music. We wrote the song shortly after watching a film called The Witch which came out a couple of years ago and scared the crap out of us, and we remember watching The Blair Witch Project for the first time and it genuinely scarring us for life too. We’re all obsessed with Abba, too, so we tried to squeeze as many catchy hooks in there as we could. It's the first time we've deliberately attempted to write a song for the dance floor in the same vein as Justice vs Simian.”