BOY HARSHER share new video for “LA (Rabit remix)” and accompanying face filter- More live dates announced

July 9, 2019
Photographed: Still from “LA (Rabit remix)” video, by Kathleen Dycaico


– Share “LA (Rabit remix)” video
– Accompanying face filter

– ‘Careful Remixes, etc’ digital album, ‘Come Closer’ MAXI 12” and‘Tears’ MAXI 12” out now on Nude Club
– Forthcoming headline shows include London’s Scala

Ahead of tour dates throughout North America and Europe later this year, BOY HARSHER have shared a striking new video and accompanying face filter.

In the new clip, director Kathleen Dycaico continues the character created in the video for the original track “LA,” journeying to an inner life where consciousness is split between characters Hunter and Harmony; one grieving the end of the world they knew, the other biting into a burning future.

Hunter and Harmony are two sides of a coin, faces vs face, field vs ground. Harmony is heartbroken in their burning house, inner mirror to complete environmental collapse. Hunter evolved ruthless to protect Harmony, and to face the outside world. Running in despair. Heavy the weight of desire. I loved our world.”

The polarity of Dycaico’s character plays over Rabit’s spectral remix of the track, which was released as part of the band’s recent remix vinyl series and digital album “Careful Remixes, etc”. Rabit used only vocal stems in order to create a remix that is as alien as it is unrecognisable. There’s a beauty in the songs’ unease, its heavy space, shattered by occasional yells and almost phrases. It sits heavy like an echo chamber.

Rabit (Eric Burton) releases records on Tri Angle, Ninja Tune, and runs his own label Halcyon Veil, out of Houston, Texas. Burton was featured as a producer on Björk’s Grammy-nominated album ‘Utopia’ for the track “Losss”.

In celebration of this video release, Kathleen Dycaico worked with digital artist Úna Blue to create an Instagram face filter modelled after her apocalyptic character Hunter. Dycaico describes Hunter’s scorpions as: “built to withstand harsh country, not vengeful unless bothered, symbol of betrayal, poisonous. Protective of the mouth, entryway to interiority and gatekeepers of what exits.”

Come Closer’ MAXI 12” and ‘Tears’ MAXI 12” are available now through the band mail-order or Bandcamp. Two pressings of the ‘Deluxe Edition’ vinyl set on white and crystal vinyl, both limited to 300 copies (which includes a bonus 7” with remix of “LA” by Rabit and another remix of “Come Closer” by Marcel Dettmann) have already sold out. The digital set of remixes, instrumental and original versions of the songs is available now as a 12-track album entitled ‘Careful Remixes, etc.’ on Bandcamp and via all digital platforms.

Stream ‘Careful Remixes, etc’ in full here:

Boy Harsher’s ‘Careful’ tour will continue through the rest of the year, including shows in Europe and USA. They follow February’s sold out show at London’s Heaven and recent sold out dates in Manchester, Glasgow with a November show at Scala in London and Brighton’s The Haunt – details below.

Live dates:
15  Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall ∆
16  New Haven, CT – Space Ballroom ∆
17  Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg ∆
18  New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom ∆ *2nd SHOW ADDED*
19  Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer ∆
20  Baltimore, MD – Ottobar ∆
21  Durham, NC – Motorco Music Hall ∆
22  Atlanta, GA – Termina West ∆
24  Dallas, TX – Deep Ellum Art Co ∆
25  Austin, TX – Mohawk ∆
26  Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall ∆
28  Mexico City, MX – CMD_F
30  San Francisco, CA – Great American Music Hall ≈
02  Portland, OR – Doug Fir (Early AA  gig) ≈
02  Portland, OR – Doug Fir (Late 21+ gig) ≈
03  Seattle, WA – The Crocodile ≈
04  Spokane, WA – Luck You Lounge ≈
05  Boise, ID – Neurolux ≈
06  Salt Lake City, UT – Urban Lounge ≈
07  Denver, CO – Marquis Theater ≈
09  Chicago, IL – Metro ≈
10  Madison, WI – The Crucible ≈
11  Oberlin, OH – Oberlin College ≈
12  Pittsburgh, PA – 3577 Studios ≈
13  Toronto, ON – Velvet Underground ≈
14  Montreal, QC – Phi Centre ≈
02  Los Angeles, CA – Substance 2019
06  Frankfurt, DE – Zoom ∞
07  Strasbourg, FR – La Laiterie ∞
08  Paris, FR – Trabendo ∞
09  Metz, FR – Les Trinitaires ∞
10  Kortrijk, BE – Sonic City
12  London, UK – Scala ∞
13  Brighton, UK – The Haunt ∞ 

14  Lille, FR – Le Grand Mix ∞
15  Orleans, FR – L’Astrolabe ∞
16  Poitiers, FR – Le Confort Moderne ∞
17  Nantes, FR – Stereolux ∞
18  Lyon, FR – L’Epicerie Moderne ∞
20  Köln, DE – Luxor ¥
21  Hamburg, DE – Molotow ¥
22  Copenhagen, DK – Loppen ¥
23  Gothenburg, SE – Musikens Hus ¥
24  Stockholm, SE – Slaktkyrkan ¥
26  Helsinki, FL – Kuudes Linja ¥
27  Tallin, EE – Sveta Baar ¥
28  Riga, LV –  Depo ¥
29  Vilnius, LT – Loftas ¥
30  Warsaw, PL – Niebo ¥
01  Prague, CZ – Fuchs2 ¥
02  Berlin, DE – Kesselhaus ¥ *2nd SHOW ADDED*
03  Berlin, DE – Festsaal ¥ *SOLD OUT*
04  Leipzig, DE – Conne Island ¥
05  Munich, DE – Ampere ¥
07  Istanbul, TR – Salon

∞ w/ HANTE.


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