Support Local Music: Harm

North Carolina post-hardcore revivalists Harm have released their new EP, What We Know Is A Drop. It comes as a re-brand for the group, featuring a newfound sense of direction alongside a refined songwriting approach. 

"This record is about growing up," explains frontwoman Billie Cloer. "It’s scary and overwhelming and easy to lose yourself in it. It's okay to not fully understand yourself or have it all put together, though. I don’t think anyone fully has a grasp on life—some people are just better at hiding it than others."

Speaking in a more stylistic sense, she says the band's current incarnation reaches back into the '00s-era of post-hardcore and pop-screamo that they grew up with. "We wanted to write a record that captured the same urgency and vulnerability that attracted us to this kind of music when we were scene kids in the MySpace era."

Harm will release another EP later this year, which will serve as the second half of What We Know Is A Drop. Expect 2018 to be a big year for the band.


I discovered this band through my husband's band Arborlea and I fell in love. I am OBSESSED with their new release and I'm really looking forward to seeing them live on May 27th at GroundZero in Spartanburg, SC with Never I, Messenger Down, and Glasslands.
I will see you there! - Caitlin


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