Her’s Made A Psyche-Pop Song About An Invisible Rabbit Called “Harvey”

A sweet ode to an invisible bunny

Photo: Neelam Khan Vela

There is a cartoonish touch to the choruses in Her’s latest single “Harvey” that evokes images of your childhood Saturday mornings when you’ll get absorbed into animated animal characters with partial clothes on. With playful tone, “Harvey” reignites your young imagination with a subtle psychedelic twist that makes it a childish indulgence for adults. According the UK duo, the song is an ode to a “six-foot, three-and-a-half-inch tall invisible rabbit” and should be enjoyed with two martinis:

“Harvey” is from the duo’s upcoming debut LP Invitation to Her’s, which will be out on August 24. Comprised of Audun Laading and Stephen Fitzpatrick, Her’s formed when the two met at the university and decided to songsmith together in Liverpool. They’ve already made waves across radios and have played around the world including at Vision,s Green Man, The Great Escape, SXSW, and Bangkok. They will be hitting festivals this summer and touring in the fall, so see them in person:

7/15 – Citadel Festival (London, UK)

7/19 – Benicàssim Festival (Benicàssim, Spain)

7/21 – Truck Festival (Steventon, UK)

7/22 – Tramlines Festival (Sheffield, UK)

7/26 – Y Not Festival (Pikehall, UK)

7/28 – Leopallooza Festival (Bude, UK)

8/27 – Greenbelt Festival (Kettering, UK)

9/18 – Botanique (Brussels, Belgium)

9/19 – Paradiso (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

10/6 – Neighbourhood Festival (Manchester, UK)

10/9 – Ideal Bar (Copenhagen, Denmark)

10/10 – Maze (Berlin, Germany)

10/11 – Acephale (Cologne, Germany)

10/12 – Altstad (Eindhoven, Netherlands)

10/13 – Le Point Ephémère (Paris, France)

10/17 – Arts Club Loft (Liverpool, UK)

10/18 – South Street Arts Centre (Reading, UK)

10/19 – Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar (Brighton, UK)

10/24 – The Dome (London, UK)

10/25 – Portland Arms (Cambridge, UK)

10/27 – Whelan Upstairs (Dublin, Ireland)

10/30 – Think Tank (Newcastle, UK)

11/1 – Brudenell Social Club (Leeds, UK)

11/1 – The Great Eastern (Glasgow, UK)