The Harriets Cafe Disco featured on IMR

Cafe Disco by The Harriets

Leeds alt-pop band The Harriets have created an exciting tune, Cafe Disco.

band The Harriets have created an exciting tune, Cafe Disco. The song’s vocal delivery is a mix of storytelling and a garage rock ballad. There is a little similarity to the Weakerthans frontman John K. Samson, in the pace and poetic flair. I especially appreciate Daniel Parker-Smith’s vocal delivery. It’s really quite a natural voice, and the cadence is quite distinct.

There is a bit of 70s rock in the tune, the guitars are rangy and the harmonies are really complimentary. This song is the lead siingle from their debut album ‘Hopefuls,” mastered by Pete Maher (Nike Cave, Pixies).

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