Hello. We’re HAVR.

We’re proud to be part of the Modern Rock Wellbeing Festival on the 8th and 9th of August 2020, which is raising awareness of mental health issues and provision. Carrie will be interviewed on the breakfast slot and we’ll be playing on the Saturday evening. The headliner is the wonderful Melissa Etheridge.

It’s Not The End Of The World (But You Can See It From Here) is out now.

Who are HAVR?

HAVR make big music. It’s music born of love and of loss, of hope and of heartbreak, the sound of big hearts beating inside bruised bodies.

HAVR are Kenny Martin (bass), David Marshall (guitar) and Carrie Marshall (guitar/vocals).

Influenced by post-punk, pristine pop and power trios, Kenny, David and Carrie are having too much fun to stick to a single genre. They’re channelling Bob Mould and Buzzcocks, Frightened Rabbit and Faith No More, Radiohead and REM. Some of their songs are personal and others political; some are abrasive, others anthemic.

Fancy a chat? Come and talk to us on Facebook.

(HAVR were briefly known as Stadium until they discovered other acts had the same name and better lawyers. “Haver” is a Scots word that means “babble”; it’s pronounced “hay-vurr”.)