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HARBER, NYC-based producer, DJ & songwriter along with singer & songwriter, NISHA present their brand new single “Pieces.” Dropping just in time for the start of Spring and festival season,  their contagious new collaboration out now via Liftoff RecordingsPieces” is the first vocal collaboration between the pair, who have been working together on songwriting for quite some time. HARBER and NISHA first performed the song together live during HARBER’s headline show at Mercury Lounge this past Thanksgiving weekend. Prior to “Pieces,” HARBER along with NISHA and Axel Enhström co-wrote HARBER’s “Savior” feat. Axel, which was released on 450 Music last Summer, following an exclusive announcement by Us Weekly and later exclusively premiered by Forbes

Liftoff Recordings, which is a label imprint by popular DJ/production duo Disco Fries, has been dropping top-quality records since inception, and “Pieces” is no exception. HARBER & NISHA’s “Pieces” is a melodic and emotional vocal track, co-written by the pair, further exemplifying their creative chemistry. An enrapturing production coupled with NISHA’s stunning vocals, truly captivating raw & heartfelt lyrics, enrapturing melodies, contagious pre & chorus, with a distinguished drop, not only makes “Pieces” an unforgettable dance record, but an alluring mainstream & crossover smash. 

It has been a especially productive few months for HARBER, who recently released his single “F*CK WORK” ft. Kyle Cooke on March 12 through 450 Music, following an exclusive premiere with PEOPLE Magazine. Kyle Cooke, who is an entrepreneur, the founder of the sparkling hard tea beverage, Loverboy, and one of the lead cast members on Bravo TV’s hit reality series, ‘Summer House,’ made his musical debut on “F*CK WORK.” HARBER’s new single comes hot off the heels of his recent remixes for NERVO (“World’s Collide”) on Thrive Music and Sultan + Shepard x Rock Mafia x Bahari (“Miles To Your Heart”) on 12 Tone Music. So far this year, the 9-week Billboard-charting artist, HARBER has already provided sets for the Summer House season 4 premiere event at Bounce Sporting Club NYC, a sold-out show with Steve Aoki & Riot Ten at Echostage in Washington D.C., and a sold-out Made Event club night at Avant Gardner’s Kings Hall with Snakehips.

NISHA, the queen of rebellion, who has been featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday, The New York Times, HuffPost and more, capped out 2019 with a huge single release and breathtaking music video for “Figures,” which premiered on The FADER. The “Figures” visual featured 30 Indian actors including Nik Dodani from the Netflix series, Atypical and Murphy Brown; Ritesh Rajan from Netflix’s Russian Doll; Karan Bar from Nickelodeon’s Diary of a Wimpy Kid; and Sachin Bhatt from Once Upon A Time. As co-writer of the RIAA certified-goldFeel Good” by ILLENIUM & Gryffin feat. Daya and “Money” by Miquela, NISHA has also worked with the likes of Frank Duke, Kardiak, DJ Khalil, Nate Fox (Chance the Rapper), Sergio Mendes, Fletcher, Birdy and Donny Osmond

“Collaborating with NISHA on ‘Pieces’ was definitely a memorable experience. We work together often, however, this one particularly stood out for the both of us. We had a chance to perform a live version of the song during my Thanksgiving weekend show at Mercury Lounge in NYC and the crowd absolutely loved it. I can’t wait for everybody to finally experience ‘Pieces’ and we’re excited to be releasing it on our friend Disco Fries’ Liftoff Recordings imprint!” — HARBER

“Writing ‘Pieces’ was such a fun and collaborative experience. We actually wrote it over FaceTime after sharing both of our experiences – HARBER and I have an almost intuitive process when writing. I recorded it in LA with our friend & fellow producer Dave Berg and we’re so thrilled to share it with the world!” — NISHA


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