The Hara have just released the emotion filled video for their new track ‘Domino‘.

The Manchester rock trio uploaded the music video onto YouTube last night (February 10) and shows the band performing the song in front of a green screen filled with bright and fluorescent colours, reminiscent of a setting sunset.

Directed by Alex Taylor, the music video is truly visually impressive and speaks lyrically about knowing your worth and staying strong, despite unfortunate events in your life.

Vocalist Josh Taylor spoke about the real meaning behind the track, saying ‘Domino’ touches on a dark place that many of us are close to with an uplifting chorus reminding us to stay strong. Through our music, if we can help just one person escape this, and them knowing they aren’t alone, that is what this song is about.’

‘We want to show everyone that despite it all, despite what the statistics say, despite what people say or any of that social media acceptance bullsh*t, it really doesn’t matter,” Josh enthuses. “Thousands of people will reject you for being different but there are 10 times over that amount who will accept you and who are feeling just like you. If people can become a part of such a glorious resistance through our music, then that’s our mission.’

‘Domino’ comes following ‘Die in the City’ in October last year. It is a real taster of what’s to come on their brand new EP titled ‘We All Wear Black’, which is expected on April 1 via Scruff of the Neck Records.

The Hara are also due to embark on a 16-date UK tour to support the EP, starting off in Blackpool on April 1, before heading to Nottingham, Oxford, Southampton, London, Norwich, Milton Keynes, Bristol, Hull, Birmingham, Leeds, Liverpool, Aberdeen, Glasgow and Manchester, before ceasing in Sheffield on April 29. Also, a brand new date has just been added at the Northumbria Institute in Newcastle on May 7. Get your tickets for all tour dates here!

Watch the video for ‘Domino’ below!

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