HAVVK’s “The Factory” Is Ambient Pop Pill For Sanity

For everyone struggling to keep it together

Photo: Courtesy of A Badge of Friendship

Maybe it’s the allergies or the congested traffic, but lately we’ve been doing a C+ job in keeping our sanity in check. UK artist HAVVK nails the feeling of loss and confusion we often fall for in her new single “The Factory.” Through chest-swelling synths and buoyant moodiness, HAVVK suspends us in self-meditative mode where she helps us flush out all the mental baggage we’ve been hoarding. HAVVK’s unfiltered honesty is what makes “The Factory” a therapeutic outlet for all of us who are struggling to keep our shit together:

HAVVK will be touring the UK next month, so go see her:

5/2 – Oh Yeah Music Centre (Belfast, Ireland)

5/3 – The Cumberland Arms Bed & Breakfast (Newcastle upon Tyne, UK)

5/4 – Hatch (Sheffield, UK)

5/8 – Sneaky Pete’s (Edinburgh, Scotland)

5/9 – Broadcast (Glasgow, Scotland)

5/11 – Actress and Bishop (Birmingham, UK)

5/15 – Temple of Boom Leeds (Leeds, UK)

5/16 – Paper Dress Vintage (London, UK)

5/17 – Zed Alley (Bristol, UK)

5/18 – The Den (Bath, UK)