Cope Alaska

from by Harm

supported by
  • Streaming + Download

    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

      $1 USD  or more



Cope Alaska

We were worn with salt
down in the flat of our
city closing doors
against the wreck of our smooth winter shiver
we would go insane if we couldn't dance

I think I might be close to death
when I watch the night waver green
or pink
my vision a crumpled paper cup
hits the waste bucket

I don't know the name of you
but you taste like melancholy

If I could just know the name of you
I would thank you for this satisfaction in dark
this dry sweat of an evening
the chilled burn that is my throat

I would spin your sleep in season
like some bold frostbitten lover
peeled back bare
stripped like birch bark

Take this night in
carve your name
drink this down

[First published in "The Paper Street Journal"}


from Mother Carries, released May 8, 2017



all rights reserved


Harm Fairbanks, Alaska

Harm is an Alaskan ensemble that defies the bounds of typical genre standards. Blending psych-folk and beatbox with classical themes the experimental chamber group defies your notions of musical normativity.

contact / help

Contact Harm

Streaming and
Download help

Redeem code