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April 2020
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Check out Harkin's latest single, 'Up To Speed'

The former Sky Larkin leader's debut solo full-length is set to arrive on 24th April.
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Published: 3:40 pm, March 11, 2020
Check out Harkin's latest single, 'Up To Speed'

Harkin has shared another taster of her forthcoming self-titled album.

The former Sky Larkin leader's debut solo full-length is set to arrive on 24th April. She's previewing it with 'Up To Speed', a track featuring Warpaint’s Stella Mozgawa and Jenn Wasner from Wye Oak.

“‘Up To Speed’ is a song about going nowhere fast,” she says. “I’ve been on the move for a long time now and I know it’s been something of a coping mechanism. It’s easier to feel like a tourist somewhere you actually are one. It’s about trying to convert a desire to escape into genuine propulsion rather than just a sprint into the void. That’s Jenn yelling “this is my take” at the top of the song, which I kept as it felt very apt.”

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