“Sometimes you need a bit of dark pop for darkened times. Boston synth-pop and post-punk duo House of Harm appear to have a knack for finding a glow of melody in the corner shadows...In what feels like a relatively short period of time, House of Harm have already shared the stage with everyone from The Cure’s Reeves Gabrels to hometown synth stalwart André Obin, thanks in part to a magnetic Spring 2017 demo EP and November’s “Isolator” single, a fidgeting blast of coldwave that you don’t often find emanating out of Boston-area crevices.”

Michael Marotta / Vanyaland

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House of Harm's story is short. They make Post-punk and hail from Boston, MA. Already, they're being billed as one of Boston's more exciting new acts.