Bees fan Richard Archer is known for fronting Mercury and twice Brit Award-nominated Hard-Fi.
Hard-Fi had two multi-platinum number one albums and were the first band to sell out five Brixton Academy shows in a row on a debut album.
They were also the most played band of 2006 on Radio One. ‘Hard to Beat’, from the album ‘Stars of CCTV’, can be heard a few minutes before 3pm every Saturday at Griffin Park as the players enter the pitch.
Since Hard-Fi last recorded, Archer has been writing with and producing various artists including Axwell/Ingrosso, Ratboy, The Rasmus, Redfaces, Ady Sulemain, 660 and Japanese prog rockers Hello Sleepwalkers.
Now on vocals and electric piano with OffWorld, we caught up with Richard shortly before the release of the band’s debut single, ‘Brave to Be Alive’.
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