Nai Harvest are set to release a brand new double A-side single this April.
‘Just Like You’ / ‘Jelly’ will be the first new material from the band since last year’s album ‘Hairball’.
“Just Like You is a song about two or more people being literally glued together and forced to be the same person but they’re all just trying to rip each other apart,” explains the band’s Ben Thompson. “It sounds pretty fucking mental when said out loud. It’s one of our favorite songs we’ve written as a band and it just flowed out of us so naturally. As always, we tried to keep it sounding as gritty and wild in the studio as it did live and on demos.”
You can check out the fuzzy pop-gem below. It’s a winner.
Nai Harvest will play a series of UK dates starting next month. You can catch them at:
25 Sheffield, Leadmill
26 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
27 Newcastle, Think Tank
29 Manchester, Deaf Institute
30 Birmingham, Rainbow Cellar
31 Brighton, Hope & Ruin
01 London, Boston Music Rooms
02 Leicester, The CookieMarch
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