House Of Harm find room to dance in Boston’s darker corners
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Sometimes you need a bit of dark pop for darkened times. Boston synth-pop and post-punk duo House of Harm appear to have a knack for finding a glow of melody in the corner shadows, and tonight (May 16) bring their coal-colored shine to the bright lights of the Paradise Rock Club in support of Editors. In what feels like a relatively short period of time, House of Harm have already shared the stage with everyone from The Cure’s Reeves Gabrels to hometown synth stalwart André Obin, thanks in part to a magnetic Spring 2017 demo EP and November’s “Isolator” single, a fidgeting blast of coldwave that you don’t often find emanating out of Boston-area crevices. Add gloom to your ruin with “Isolator” below, and roll up early to the ‘Dise to experience one of our town’s more exciting new acts. Featured image via House of Harm’s Bandcamp.

 

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