English indie rock and post punk revival band Hard-Fi was founded in Staines, Surrey, England in 2003. The band’s founder is Richard Archer who came back to his native town after the bad luck with his previous band. There he founded Hard-Fi. The current band’s line-up composes of Richard Archer (vocals and guitar), Kai Stephens (bass guitar), Ross Phillips (guitar) and Steve Kemp (drums). The band broke through to the mainstream success with the release of their debut album Stars of CCTV. The album was supported by such singles as "Cash Machine", "Tied Up Too Tight", "Hard to Beat", and "Living for the Weekend". The group was noticed at once and they received even more popularity after they had been nominated for the BRIT Awards and for Mercury prize. You can download Hard-Fi’s debut album in mp3 from our site.