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Here's Five: Ha The Unclear Share Seasonally Affected Winter Malaise Hymns

Here's Five: Ha The Unclear Share Seasonally Affected Winter Malaise Hymns

Thursday 2nd August, 2018 3:56PM

Auckland via Dunedin guitar pop whizz-kids Ha The Unclear are no strangers to a catchy tune, with recent earworms 'Stuck In My Head' and 'Wallace Line' being infectious teasers for their sure to be unforgettable new album Invisible Lines, dropping this Friday. The hard-gigging four-piece are embarking on a whirlwind winter tour in support of their sonic creation, kicking off at Christchurch's New City Hotel on Friday and taking them all the way to Melbourne in early September. The crew hail from the Otago region, where double-duvets are issued on arrival and endless grey skies are a student bum-out rite of passage, so naturally they felt it was an apt time of year to lift the lid on their current top five "seasonally affected, winter malaise hymns," with snappy commentary on each selection below...

1. Fazerdaze - Little Uneasy

Even though it’s ‘Little Uneasy’ there’s something really soothing about longboards.

2. Jen Cloher - Forgot Myself

Brutally honest / angry lyrics about your lover being away and neglecting yourself. The whole album is killer.

3. Moon Lander - Pseudoephedrine

I’ve had about eight colds back to back this winter. Moon Lander is a Wellington band who take their cold and flu medication seriously.

4. Hans Pucket - Fuck My Life

Another Wellington band. About the pressures of financial stress, titled 'Fuck My Life', and groovy af. What more could you want?

5. Phoenix Foundation - Bright Grey

Great song.

'Invisible Lines' is out Friday 3rd August via Woollen Records.


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