Hard-Fi

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Hard-Fi

Hard-Fi at the 2006 Hurricane Festival in Germany
Background information
Origin Staines, Surrey, England
Genres indie rock, post-punk revival, dance-punk, ska punk
Years active 2003–present
Labels Necessary / Warner (UK), Atlantic (U.S.)
Website www.hard-fi.com
Members
Richard Archer
Ross Phillips
Kai Stephens
Steve Kemp

Hard-Fi are a popular indie rock band from Staines an area of London, England. They are named after Lee Scratch Perry's description of his studio . They have had two hit albums in the UK charts: "Stars of CCTV" and "Once Upon a Time in the West". Their most successful songs include "Suburban Knights" and "Hard to Beat".

Band Members[change | edit source]

  • Richard Archer
  • Kai Stephens
  • Ross Phillips
  • Steve Kemp