HARKER continues to roll out singles in advance of the upcoming album 'Axiom,' out April
23rd on Wiretap Records, Disconnect Disconnect Records, Shield Recordings, Fixing A Whole Records.
Guitarist/vocalist Mark Boniface tells No Echo, "'Adulthood’ is based on the feeling of security and identity we develop as we mature into adult life. As we experience trials and tribulations, we gain ground against the fragility that we fear. Our mortality it tests us, but we should not let this impermanence stop us from blossoming."
'AXIOM' is a statement of intent, a hit back against the apathy of modern living, an attack on idolization and a call for all the marginalized to take the helm – to kick against the pricks.
Foundations built upon a love for pop music, while leaning into their obsession over the golden era of Dischord records & 90s college fuzz sounds. Since 2014, the band have put out releases
through well-established labels, including their EP 'A Lifetime Apart' and their first full length 'No Discordance' which followed in 2018 to critical acclaim – becoming a powerful punk/emo shot
to the arm for the UKs indie scene, seeing the band go on to support the likes of The Wildhearts, Mercy Union & Spanish Love Songs as well as a string of UK and international tours including
a successful tour of Japan in 2019.
2021 brings their sophomore effort 'Axiom' – recorded by producer Bob Cooper, the new album cuts into the state of modern living, discussing themes on isolation, social class and environmental change. Not content with sitting still in their punk-pop bubble and retracing steps, Harker have pushed against the grain with ‘Axiom’ - a middle finger to force fed algorithm produced pop. It sees Harker at their most experimental yet, delving into new sonic territories evolving out of the bands earlier radio-popfuzz rooted sound – pulling in more left field influences, such as Sonic Youth, Jets To Brazil & Black Sabbath.