Hard-Fi invite fans into the recording studio

You could win the chance to meet the band with NME.COM

Hard-Fi are inviting fans to come down to the studio where they are currently working on their second album.

The band recorded the LP in their own studio, home-built studio on an industrial estate in their hometown of Staines, and are going to let a select few come down and hear what they’ve been up to.

“I think it’s going to be great, if someone said to me do you want to go and see one of your favourite bands in the studio as a fan I’d think it would be amazing,” frontman Richard Archer told NME.COM. “Hopefully some people can play instruments then we can have a jam.”

If you fancy being among the first to hear the follow up to 2005’s ’Stars Of CCTV’, which has the working title of ‘Once Upon A Time In The West’, then NME.COM could be of help.

We have ten exclusive invites for you and a mate for the fan day, which we are giving away now.

To win a studio visit simply go to enter our competition before June 16 and you could be off to meet Hard-Fi in the studio.