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“Out The Window” – Brighton alt punk rockers HARKER share new single and video

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Brighton-based punk rockers Harker have unveiled their latest single, “Out The Window,” accompanied by a captivating music video that can be viewed above. The video was created by Sam Luck, while the track was recorded by Tim Greaves at Southsea Sound.

Harker’s sound has been praised by No Echo magazine for its angsty, melodic vibe reminiscent of bands like Samiam, Gameface, and Superchunk, as well as its nuanced dissonance. Consequence of Sound also commends the band for their ability to blend ’90s fuzzed-out guitar rock with hints of ’70s proto-punk.


Inspired by the persistent existential dread surrounding the ongoing climate crisis, “Out The Window” serves as a passionate and introspective modern protest anthem. Harker masterfully combines post-punk revival elements with timeless power-pop hooks, perfectly encapsulating the frustration and despair of a generation tasked with addressing this critical issue on their own.

Harker is set to perform at the following live dates:

June 24th – Booze Cruise, Hamburg (Germany)
June 30th – Prince Albert, Brighton (UK)
July 8th – Right To Roam, Bolton (UK)
July 15th – Guildhall, Portsmouth (UK) * Supporting Authority Zero
October 28th – One For The Road Festival, York (UK)

Karol Kamiński

DIY rock music enthusiast and web-zine publisher from Warsaw, Poland. Supporting DIY ethics, local artists and promoting hardcore punk, rock, post rock and alternative music of all kinds via IDIOTEQ online channels.
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