Listen As HARRIET Front-Man, Alex Casnoff Discusses The Band’s Debut Album, “American Appetite” and Much More!
Posted On 02 Feb 2016
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Last week, the LA-based four-piece band, Harriet released their debut album, “American Appetite” via Harvest Records. The band is managed by Mixed Management who looks after Tobias Jesso Jr, the We Did Crew – RL Grime, Shlohmo and more.
“Bent” is the collection’s lead single. American Appetite is a 12-track collection that explores the American condition, and the power and greed that it ensues. Produced by Sean O’Brien (The National, Jeff Bridges) and Tony Berg (Nickel Creek, The Replacements), this album showcases new lavish textures to band’s indie-rock elements and signature, progressive pop production.
For more information on Harriet, check them out on social media-
All Access writer Leah Adams got to see Harriet perform at LA’s Troubadour on January 29th. With barely enough space to get to the top floor of the West Hollywood venue, she managed to find a great spot to see the whole band. They played songs off their album, “American Appetite”, filling the space with fun tunes all night long.
Here’s the link to their new “Inheritance” Video:
Before catching them live this winter, listen to the following All Access interview on Soundcloud with Harriet, front-man Alex Casnoff: