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Nai Harvest are a Sheffield two-piece so full of joyous give-a-fuck abandon and pop-punk glee that I’d liquidise their music and have it plugged directly into my veins via intravenous drip, if only that were scientifically possible. ‘All The Time’ is fans' latest glimpse at their upcoming album ‘Hairball’, out via Topshelf Records next month (April 27) and, like 'Sick On My Heart' before it, is a grinning rampage of Japandroidsy guitars, grainy vocal chants and carpe-fucking-diem urgency: "When you want, when you want it? ALL THE TIME!" roars frontman Ben Thompson over the kind of fuzz-slathered stomp that makes you feel like you can punch through walls. They're on tour with Best Friends in April (dates below) - check 'em out if you know what's good for you.



16/4 - Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach
17/4 - London, Birthdays
18/4 - Brighton, Sticky Mike's Frog Bar
19/4 - Nottingham, Bodega
20/4 - Birmingham, The Oobleck
21/4 - Glasgow, Broadcast
22/4 - Manchester, Soup Kitchen
23/4 - Leeds, The Brudenell Social Club
24/4 - Sheffield, The Harley

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