‘Friends’ is a collaboration with rising hip-hop star Reo Cragun, and was premiered on Australian radio station triple j.
In our interview with Harley around the release of ‘Skin’, he hinted at alternative methods of releasing music in the future, and now we’re seeing his promise come good.
“From now on, I’ve decided, I’m not going to do an album, wait a few years and tour, then do another album, then repeat,” he told us. “I’m going to do an album like this one, and then just keep putting stuff out there, without the traditional breaks. I want to be able to make something in the day, and then play it that night. I like the immediacy of that kind of thing.”
Read that interview in full here.
Listen to ‘Friends’ below.
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