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HARBER Unveils New 80s Reboot With Summer House’s Kyle Cooke



Following an exclusive premiere with PEOPLE Magazine, HARBER joins forces with Kyle Cooke, Bravo TV reality star of Summer House and founder of Loverboy sparkling hard tea to deliver a catchy summer anthem you didn’t know you needed.

“F*CK WORK”, which is a dance remake of the 1981 classic by Loverboy titled “Working for the Weekend”, brings new life to the 80s tune once HARBER and Kyle got together in the studio. HARBER has been working with Kyle and the cast of the successful Summer House reality series since performing at their Labor Day Weekend party in The Hamptons in 2019.

Since then, he was also called upon to provide the soundtrack for the season 4 premiere event at Bounce Sporting Club in NYC. During the premiere party where Kyle first announced his musical debut, HARBER has included “F*CK WORK” in his DJ sets to explosive crowd response during the sold-out Echostage event with Steve Aoki & Riot Ten and a sold-out Made Event showcase at Avant Gardner’s Kings Hall in Brooklyn, NYC with Snakehips. 

(Above: Kyle Cooke and HARBER) Photo Credit: Travis W. Keyes

“After working with Kyle [Cooke] and the Summer House cast during their LDW party and season 4 premiere event, we decided to collaborate on a song. It was a blast getting into the studio with Kyle to make ‘F*CK WORK’ and I’m already overwhelmed with the unbelievable crowd responses I’ve been getting after playing it during my last couple of shows!” — HARBER

Listen to HARBER feat. Kyle Cooke “F*CK WORK” here:

“We brought alcohol into the 21st century with our Sparkling Hard Tea. Since I’m obsessed with music and am a sucker for a good remix or remake, as an ode to the band known for the work hard play hard anthem, I wanted to bring “Working For The Weekend” into the 21st century as well. Once I met HARBER, I knew he was the man for the job. When we got into the studio, rather than remake the original, HARBER and I decided to lean into today’s current house trends and make our own song that still plays tribute to the original.” — Kyle Cooke 


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