Performer Magazine is stoked to premiere the new psychedelic garage single “ONE WITH YOU” by The Harlequins
THE HARLEQUINS – ONE WITHOUT YOU
The Harlequins are known for their energetic live performances and experimental light shows, incorporating elements of ‘50s and ‘60s rock & roll with garage, surf, punk and krautrock. The Harlequins have released five albums independently and have been a regular fixture at SXSW, Bunbury and Midpoint Music Festivals. In 2011 they were handpicked by the Black Lips for a feature on Noisey.com.
After touring behind 2013’s Sex Change EP The Harlequins signed to dizzybird records and spent 2015 writing and recording their label debut, One With You, out June 24. ▼ Article continues below ▼
One With You
is a throwback to the psychedelic rock and pop of the 1960s, but The Harlequins’ show their Midwestern roots, effortlessly marrying the garage rock styles from the ‘80s-punk inspired East coast to the glam-garage revival of the West. Influences like Ty Segall
and Thee Oh Sees bleed through the tape echo as The Harlequins weave a patchwork acid trip of a record. The album’s title track is a fuzzed-out, breakneck psych-punk track full of hazy vocals, wild reverb-soaked guitars, mindbending pitch shifts and raw talent, all propelled forward by a driving eighth-note floor-tom rhythm.
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The Harlequins release One With You on June 24, 2016
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