Italia 90 shared shared their three part new track, ‘Harmony’

The track is taken from their upcoming debut album 'Living Human Treasure', set for release this Friday, 20th January.

Italia 90 have released a new single, ‘Harmony’.

The track is taken from their upcoming debut album ‘Living Human Treasure’, set for release this Friday, 20th January, via Brace Yourself Records.

“‘Harmony’ is a song written in three distinct parts,” the band explain of the track. “It begins by describing the seemingly endless bad behaviour of a serial wrong’un. We made sure it was repetitive to reflect the patterns of this bad behaviour.

“The middle section references radical feminist groups that have played a central role in countless revolutionary movements and their commitment to challenging the roots of oppression. We’re joined by Emily ‘The King’ King on saxophone for this part.

“The song ends with a more straightforward punk outro which we improvised in one take during a writing session. This song is the last track on our album and we liked the idea of ending it with a nod to the kind of music that we made when we first started the band”

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