Nai Harvest announce split

They'll play two final dates this October, in Sheffield and London.
Nai Harvest have announced they’re to split following a final two dates this October.

There doesn’t appear to be any drama, the duo just “want a little change in direction and the opportunity to start something new.”

“We’ve had the best five years of our lives doing Nai Harvest but now sadly, just like all good things, it has to come to end,” they explain on Facebook.

“Lew has been accepted to study a masters in Game Art, Design & Development at the art school in Copenhagen and will be moving out there in August,” they add. “Ben has started a new music and art project in Manchester called Luxury Death, which will be releasing their first few singles and zines very soon.”

Read the full post here, and catch the duo at the following:


15 Sheffield Queens Social

21 London Kamio (Red Gallery)

The Sheffield-based band released their second album ‘Hairball’ last year via Topshelf Records.

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