Future Session 11 - Harlikings


The eleventh Future Session under the Nusic name features the up and coming Notts band that finished on the podium in this year's Future Sound of Nottingham, Comrades give it up for the mighty Harlikings!



Read an interview with Harlikings on LeftLion

Filmed at Confetti's Electric Mayhem Studio.
Director: Jack Armstrong
Camera: Beth Shaw and Blake Wilkinson
Sound: Tom at Confetti's Electric Mayhem
Runners: Danielle Sorsby
Presenter: Mark Del

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