‘FYI’ begins with the tapping of piano keys before evolving into a hip-swaggering rock banger, showing that THE HARA have songs capable of taking on arenas. The inspiration behind the track came from Josh (lead vocals), Zack (lead guitar) and Jack’s (drums) mutual love of Peaky Blinders. Touching on the principles of revolution and anarchy, the single represents the youth of today. Its mission is to rejuvenate a sense of power and importance in yourself and your beliefs.

“We are building our monster, it has no boundaries or rules, it’s brain has our musical souls and real-life feelings, it’s a body of work made up mostly of hardcore dirty riffs, fat filthy drum beats and anthemic sing along choruses. Anyone can be part of this movement as long you can completely lose yourself in our madness ‘cos we don’t care what anyone thinks. We (you) are the movement, rock n roll forever manx” – Josh

THE HARA are a band that have ground and finessed their live sound through their use of pads, triggers and stems to quench their thirst for rock stardom. They launched with a YouTube music video ‘Only Young’ in September 2017 which quickly amassed over 220K views and increased their ever-growing number of passionate fans. They then spent the subsequent six months writing their very first EP ‘No Regrets’ followed by a ten-date UK and Ireland tour as well as a headline slot with BBC Introducing in their home county. Their most successful track to date ‘Be Somebody’ has amassed over 500k views and became the track to define the band along with their ‘Unconscious Minds Innocently Blind’ EP (released early this year), this held at #1 for three days ahead of Lewis Capaldi in the iTunes album pre-order charts, and later led to selling out 5 of their 8 headline tour dates for UMIB. Most recently came their third ‘Tramp Brain’ EP released in September which hit #3 in the iTunes Rock Charts. This is just the start of a long and successful journey for THE HARA.

‘WE ARE THE MOVEMENT’ 2020 UK tour dates below:
2nd April – The Parish – Huddersfield
3rd April – The Sugarmill – Stone-on-Trent
5th April – The Leadmill 2 – Sheffield
9th April – The Bodega – Nottingham
10th April – Old Fire Station – Carlisle
11th April – The Mash House – Edinburgh
12th April – King Tuts – Glasgow
16th April – The Thekla – Bristol
17th April – The Joiners – Southampton
18th April – The Waterfront Studio – Norwich
19th April – O2 Academy – Leicester
23rd April – O2 Academy 2 – Oxford
24th April – The Venue – Derby
25th April – O2 Academy 3 – Birmingham
26th April – The Garage – London
30th April – The Fulford Arms – York
1st May – Academy 3 – Manchester
7th May – Moles – Bath
8th May – The Junction – Plymouth
9th May – The Anvil – Bournemouth
10th May – The Globe – Cardiff


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