"Harmony Korine" (named after independent American film director of the same name), is the first track of Insurgentes, the first full-length solo studio album by British musician, songwriter and music producerSteven Wilson. The song was NPR's "Song of the day" on 4 March 2009. A single of the same name was released by Kscope record label on black, white and red 7-inch vinyl format, limited to 1,000 copies each one. Its B-Side, a song titled "The 78", was previously available as a hidden track in the second disc of the deluxe edition of Insurgentes.
The "Harmony Korine" single was available as a limited edition of 1,000 copies in black, white, and blood red vinyl which could be ordered through the Burning Shedonline store, starting from 23 February 2009. It was preceded by the digital launching of a promotional video created and directed by Danish photographer and filmmaker Lasse Hoile featured in the website of Blender magazine.
Scene from the official music video. Similar to the final shot of Un chien andalou
Before the release of the retail version of Insurgentes, the official video for "Harmony Korine" was uploaded on YouTube by director Lasse Hoile but was later removed as a violation by main label Snapper Music. It was then later uploaded again onto YouTube.