Haich Ber Na Returns With New Single ‘Sandringham’

A new era dawns for the Peterborough-born, London-based musician...

Experimental musician Haich Ber Na has today shared his first release in two years, the single ‘Sandringham’.

An ode to class disparity and the perennial grind, which coasts along with dreamlike production flourishes akin to N*E*R*D, M83 and Arcade Fire, Haich describes balancing minimum wage jobs and failed attempts at enjoying what life has to offer whilst retaining the dream of “one day [being] the richest man in Sandringham.” 

The accompanying video, which premieres at 6pm today, conveys Haich’s hometown of Peterborough, which was recently voted the most depressing place to live in the UK, nestled two hours away from the idealized Sandringham Estate owned by the British monarch. “I wanted to make a song that actually reflected my life and the lives of others who work a boring job but have a dream,” says Haich about the song and video, which was filmed at the old shopping center where he got his first job at 17.

‘Sandringham’ follows the Haich’s ‘When We Knew Less‘ EP released in 2022, which introduced a more surreal musical aesthetic and vivid electronic-pop production, to his repertoire.

Photo Credit: Jesse Crankson

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