Liverpool alt-pop act HAARMS have managed to turn their anxieties about misspent youth and loneliness in to an atmospheric, impressive new track titled ‘In The Wild’, and they’ve recently released an equally impressive video to accompany it.
Directed by James Slater, the footage flicks between the band performing and a young man pelting full speed through a run-down area, trying to escape in to the sunset.
Of the video HAARM’s Chris says: “We were really excited to work with James Slater and we’re thrilled with the results. We put a lot of trust in his vision and he really delivered. Cinematically it’s beautiful and reminded us of Anton Corbijn’s work. The song is about going through life feeling lost and alone but always trying to get ahead. Getting older and looking back on your actions, wondering if you could have done things differently; whilst the whole time your life is happening so fast, and before you know it it’s over.”
HAARM began as a song-writing collective in 2015 and recently made their live debut at Liverpool Music Week, performing alongside Gigslutz favourites Let’s Eat Grandma at the DIY Presents ‘Breaking Out’ showcase. They’ll be performing on the Liverpool leg of DIY’s Hello 2017 tour with Dream Wife in January, as well as joining Bloc Party for three dates on their tour in February.
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