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HAARM formed in 2016 in an underground tequila bar at 4am, and the trio began work immediately on writing and recording a set of songs with strong emphasis on melody and groove, all centered around Jen and Chris’ dual lush vocals—to date, their music has received press support from The Independent, Q Magazine, Clash, DIY, Indie Shuffle, The Skinny and many more.

Debut single 'Foxglove' was followed by a second release, 'In the Wild', and between the two songs the band casually garnered 400,000 streams on Spotify, which led to multiple plays on BBC Radio 1 (Huw Stephens/Phil Taggart) and being added to the Xposure Playlist at Radio X.

The band supported Bloc Party during their February tour in 2017, culminating with two dates at esteemed London venue The Roundhouse. In May 2017, the band were selected by BBC Introducing to play Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Hull and were introduced onstage by Huw Stephens.

Their 2018 single ‘Box of Bones’ was selected as the soundtrack for Sky Atlantic promo in the summer of 2018 which was broadcast across the Sky TV network, and in August 2018 the band were chosen as the sound of BT Sport’s 2018/19 Premiership Football coverage with their version of Manchester band Everything Everything’s song, ‘I Believe It Now’.

Autumn 2018 saw the release of the band’s heart-wrenching single, ‘Better Friend’, which received support from Nemone on the BBC6 Music Breakfast show, with the official music video directed by acclaimed film director, Daniel Fitzsimmons (Native).

Since then things have continued to go from strength to strength for HAARM with the band landing a high profile sync on Netflix Japan's reality TV show Terrace House, and in January 2020 the band’s version of The Meters ‘Hand Clapping Song’ was selected by BT Sport to soundtrack their Premier League Tonight show.