NEW RELEASE...OUT NOW
Harder's latest song is a healing anthem and the next rich evolution of her sound.
Far To Go Yet
Springs Rain 3:480:00/3:48
Where Do You Run 3:430:00/3:43
Drink it In 4:140:00/4:14
Kangaroo Paw 3:320:00/3:32
Moody Blue 2:420:00/2:42
Love Truth and New 4:570:00/4:57
Muddy Brown 3:180:00/3:18
Come and Go 4:150:00/4:15
Carry it Easy 1:540:00/1:54
“Katie triumphantly returns with her strongest work to date and an earworm that’ll lodge deep inside your psyche.” - Dallas Frasca, 2021
'Beloved' EP Review, Broadwing
'Katie Harder’s latest release Beloved is an exquisite evolution from her previous work. The songs have a disarming honesty and the recording is remarkably warm and intimate. It feels like we are getting to sit in the centre of room as her band is assembled around us winding their way through the songs with tasteful understatement. The title track is the best example and its delicate, light arrangement is a lesson in the beauty of restraint.'
AU REVIEW, 'Jesse'
Katie Harder set to bring “Jesse” to Darwin – the latest from the Alice Springs songwriter
AUGUST 9, 2017 / SOSEFINA FUAMOLI
The next week is going to be pretty huge for Alice Springs singer songwriter Katie Harder. this week, she releases her latest slice of music in the sweet single, “Jesse”, and will be performing up in Darwin to launch it as part of the Darwin Festival.
Balancing performing and making new music in Alice, along with family life, is one act Harder has become extremely talented at; as a mother of four young boys, she’s got the perfect creative outlet in which to express her unique experiences, that’s for sure. And in “Jesse”, Harder has penned a lovely tribute to her son. As she explains:
“We all want the best for our kids and in this ever changing and sometimes scary world, it’s important for them to navigate life with sound advice and solid support from home. From this background, I want my boy to grow up to live a life that’s free.”
The single is taken from Harder’s forthcoming EP Beloved, and saw her work with previous NT Song of the Year Winner, Dave Crowe (Resin Moon). If you’re kicking about Darwin for the festival this month, be sure to catch Harder launching “Jesse” at the Darwin Railway Club, where she will be supporting Ali Barter on August 11th.
Original Link: http://music.theaureview.com/new/katie-harder-set-to-bring-jesse-to-darwin-listen-to-the-latest-from-the-alice-springs-songwriter/