BERRIES have unleashed a third cut from their debut album How We Function (out 8 July 2022).
Rhythmic and rambunctious in equal measure, meticulous new track Haze seesaws between infectious and angsty in a beat — and evokes how unexpected the onset of intrusive thoughts and mental hurdles can be.
Of the new release, BERRIES explain:
“Haze represents the barriers we often put up and how scary but also uplifting it can be when they break down. The Haze descends when least expected and is hard to fight through, but it’s important to recognise the strength it takes to open up and fight past the intrusive thoughts and be the best version of yourself.”
With touring revived later that year, the band played a series of shows supporting Frank Turner as well as a headliner at London’s The Grace. This year BERRIES will be bringing their spiky blend of gritty garage rock to headline shows across the UK to celebrate How We Function, and the band will also be making appearances at 2000 Trees and Kendal Calling festivals, supporting garage-rock veterans The Subways across Germany and playing a string of dates with Jim Bob in the UK in November.
They will perform at The Adelphi in Hull on October 21st, Santiago Bar in Leeds on October 22nd and at The Leadmill in Sheffield on November 11th.