September 05, 2017

Sewage Farm: Harmony Beach

York rock trio Sewage Farm hit the ground running last year with their debut album Cloudy. They stuck to their formula for Harmony Beach, their new full-length. Once again they mix fuzz driven power pop, psychedelica and garage for a collection of upbeat tunes about bleak themes. Whether they sing about being lonely (Alien Alone) or try impress a girl (Underneath Your Window) the band always find a way to wrap the pain in a pleasing melody.

Harmony Beach is a study in contrasts, a cheerful collection of songs and it's this inner tension that makes it a remarkable record. Think Nirvana meets The Jam (note the nod to the guitar part of The Eton Rifles in My Last Hour), under the tutelage of Big Star and Bob Mould.

Sewage Farm:
Danny Barton: bass
Sam Forrest: vocals, guitar
Danny Hirst: drums

Harmony Beach is released thru Desert Mine Music. Release date: September 8.

  1. Alien Alone
  2. Mindless Apathy
  3. Take the Pain Away
  4. Killing a Man
  5. Underneath Your Window
  6. Trampoline
  7. On the Brighter Side
  8. Top of the World
  9. Don’t You Wanna Dance
  10. Born to Lose
  11. My Last Hour
  12. Justin Got Bored

Live dates:
  • 09/05 Leeds @ Brudenell Social Club (supporting Chastity Belt)
  • 09/07 York @ Fulford Arms
  • 09/08 Wakefield @ Unity Works

» Sewage Farm on Facebook

HCTF review of Cloudy.

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