Nai Harvest (Ben Thompson and Lew Currie) are the two-piece Indie-Punk outfit from Sheffield whose debut album, Whatever, had a healthy dash of well judged Emo-Revival about it. Since then, they’ve kept changing themselves up and trying on various different sounds but have always felt a little bit ’90’s – cause hey, that can mean a whole lot of different things, right? Now, staying true to the slacker path trodden by last year’s Hairball, they’re back with an immensely likeable two side full of the hazy, deliciously addictive vibe we’ve come to expect from the duo.
The first of those two singles, “Just Like You”, is premiering exclusively on Wonderland right now – which we’re more than a little bit pleased about. Thompson explains that the track is “about two or more people being literally glued together and forced to be the same person but they’re all just trying to rip each other apart. It sounds pretty fucking mental when said out loud.” Pretty mental, but also pretty great. So, plug in for a killer hook and a nostalgia soaked sound that still manages to feel fresh – and don’t forget to pre-order their next release so you don’t miss a thing.