Tramlines Exposed- Nai Harvest
Captivating audiences overseas, indie rock/emo duo Nai Harvest, have turned heads with their erratic juxtaposition of flowery melodies and punk rock grit. Despite presenting themselves as a ‘small band’ the two piece boost an incredibly expansive sound and utilize the best of their instrumental capabilities. The Sheffield lads formed in 2011 and with releases ‘Hold Open My Head’ and ‘Whatever’, they were able to secure a deal with the mighty Topshelf Records in 2014. Since then, they have set out across Europe and the US for a string of dates to spread word of their infectious idiosyncratic infusion of fuzzy guitars and pop hooks. This year saw the release of their second LP ‘Hairball’, which stormed the UK ITunes chart and received a warm critical reception. Being no stranger to the Tramlines stage, the duo has played a series of performances at the festival over the last few years, showcasing the best talent the city has to offer. You can catch the band at the Queens Social Club on Sunday 26th July, but for now check out their latest single ‘Sick On My Heart’.