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HARBER “Pieces” ft. NISHA is the Summer Anthem You Need



Even though festival season may not be taking place in its tradition sense, ever more the reason to bring on the summer jams. HARBER joins forces with NISHA for the release of his latest original, “Pieces.”

“Pieces” sees its official release today (Friday, May 29) through the Disco Fries label imprint Liftoff Recordings. Featured on Spotify’s Friday Cratediggers this week and premiered via Medium, HARBER’s new single springs us into summer.

Perfectly complementing each other, HARBER’s production with NISHA’s hypnotizing vocal feature makes for an unforgettable, sing-along-yet-emotional, anthem. First roadtesting the song together live during HARBER’s headline show at Mercury Lounge NYC at the end of 2019, “Pieces” has been a work in progress for the pair for nearly a year. It’s especially safe to say, after hearing the finished product, that “Pieces” was well worth the wait.

Listen to HARBER ft. NISHA – Pieces [Liftoff Recordings]:

HARBER recently appeared on the Bravo TV series “Summer House” following his Raver Day weekend set at their Hamptons home and a performance for the reality shows’ season opener at Bounce Sporting Club NYC. On March 12, for his last single release, HARBER joined forces with one of the Summer House cast members and founder of Loverboy sparkling hard tea, Kyle Cooke, who made his musical debut on “F*CK WORK.”

Credit: Charlie Berman

Earlier this year, seemingly weeks before the world went on lockdown due to COVID-19, HARBER served as direct support for a sold-out Echostage event in Washington D.C. with Dim Mak label boss Steve Aoki and Riot Ten. One week later, he took to the decks at Avant Gardner BK for Made Event’s sold out Snakehips show.

The first weekend of May brought a festival headline DJ set from HARBER, however, this was not your traditional music fest. The Nocturnal Times partnered with MrRevillz and Pioneer DJ to present World On Pause Festival, a virtual 3-day fundraising event. HARBER performed between SOFI TUKKER and Morgan Page on Saturday night of World On Pause, which also included sets from Sam Feldt, Lost Frequencies, Felix Jaehn, ARTY, Fly By Midnight, and more than 50 additional artists. The digital event raised more than $10k for COVID-19 relief for The Recording Academy/GRAMMYs MusiCares and Feed the Children.


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