The Harriets release “Café Disco” (new single)

 

CAFE DISCO - Single artwork - 3000x3000 (1)


The Harriets
Single: Café Disco

 

 

Hailing from Leeds, one of the most musically vibrant cities in England, The Harriets are an alternative pop and rock outfit. The band was originally formed as a duo by the lead vocalists Daniel Parker-Smith and Ben Schrodel, and they debuted with their self-titled EP “The Harriets” in 2016.  Last year Jess Womack on keys and Ryan Bailey on drums have joined them to become a quartet.

Café Disco is a band’s first single from their forthcoming album “Hopefuls” which is due to be released on 24th July 2020. The song begins with an uplifting intro which features an appealing guitar sound. The lead vocal gives the track a friendly talkative atmosphere. The chorus forms a significant part of the song and their harmonies are brilliant. The Harriets have created something nostalgic but also fresh and unique. The band have raised the bar high with their outstanding piece Café Disco. They seem to know very well how to make you want more, and the band are ready to show you their first full-length album.

 

 

 

The Harriets Cover - Hopefuls

Pre-order the album on vinyl:
Click here: “Hopefuls”

For fans of: Big Star, The Lemon Twigs, Belle and Sebastian, Squeeze and Foxygen

 

The Harriets are:
Daniel Parker-Smith – guitar, vocals, other instruments
Ben Schrodel – bass, vocals, other instruments
Jess Womack – keys, vocals
Ryan Bailey – drums

Get to know more about The Harriets, read our previous articles;
Click here – “Harriet Who?” review/interview
Click here: “A Christmas Box” review

 

Connect with The Harriets
Website   Facebook   Instagram   Twitter
Bandcamp   iTunes   Spotify   YouTube

 

 

 

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