When playing live, Copy Haho are definitely amongst the most captivating of the new crop of unsigned talent about at the minute. Consisting of Joe (vocals/guitar), Richard (bass), Stuart (guitar) and Rikki (drums), they’ve recently released single ‘Wrong Direction’ on the exclusive Too Pure Singles Club label. Later on that evening they’d be storming through a 40 minute set in support of Los Campesinos!, snapping two guitar strings, blowing a microphone and breaking it’s stand along the way. They’re a beautiful mix of chaos and precision, constantly seeming to be on the brink whilst actually being in perect control. In conversation, they’re just as engaging, being both opinionated and refreshingly realistic – just don’t ask them about where they grew up…
Copy Haho Interview (The Line of Best Fit)
And Copy Haho, if you’re reading, I am so sorry for being a rubbish interviewer and asking you about Stonehaven. It must get massively grating, but I fell into the age old trap of asking a generic, awful question. Sorry.
And if you’re interested, here’s a free download from This is Fake DIY
Copy Haho – Pushing Pull Ups (This is Fake DIY)