UK Duo Nai Harvest Premiere Video on Stereogum

By Chris Dahlberg

Published on Sunday, February 2, 2014

UK indie rock/emo band Nai Harvest will release their new EP Hold Open My Head via Topshelf Records on March 4th. The group has released a music video for the title track, which premiered on Stereogum earlier in the week and is now available to watch below. Check below for additional details about the EP.

Nai Harvest’s new video for the title track off their upcoming Hold Open My Head EP is premiering on Stereogum. Check out here: http://www.stereogum.com/1644781/nai-harvest-hold-open-my-head-video-stereogum-premiere/video.

The much –anticipated forthcoming EP from UK duo Nai Harvest will be released on March 4th in the US via Topshelf Records and March 3rd in the UK via Dog Knights Records.

Considerably less shout-y and more indie rock-leaning than their debut full-length ‘Whatever’– Hold Open My Head demonstrates a more calm and self-assured side to a band growing in stature and reputation on record and live.

Following a packed out UK tour with Gnarwolves in December 2013, the two-piece have been confirmed for Bristol’s Hit The Deck festival as well as support slots for Real Friends, You Blew It! and Modern Baseball’s UK tour in May.

What others are saying about Nai Harvest:

“blooms into a vibrant angst-ridden pop song when the chorus hits. I’m still picking up a Lemonheads vibe from these two, which is just stupendous. Maybe a little Soul Asylum and Nirvana too? Pick your own delightful ’90s reference point…”- Stereogum

“The intoxicated tantrums of their striking debut ‘Whatever’ have given way to a manageable, strangely enjoyable hangover on ‘Hold Open My Head’… clean guitars cycle in a dream state during the verse and hitch in off-kilter rhythms during the hook” – Pitchfork

“… their crafty plays on rhythm and dexterously executed shredding are anything but average” – MTV Iggy

“… hook-laden… the track applies the band’s knack for ramshackle punk and emo sensibilities to riffs far meatier and muscular than anything they’ve produced before” – DIY

“… calms down the post-hardcore tendencies of Whatever and veers more towards emo’s indie rock side” – Brooklyn Vegan

“…cult Sheffield punks” – NME

 

.Nai Harvest – ‘Hold Open My Head’ Tracklist:
1.Rush
2.Hold Open My Head
3.Pastel
4.I Don’t Even Know

 

www.facebook.com/naiharvestemo

 

Pre-order at:

http://www.topshelfrecords.com or www.dogknightsproductions.com

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