"New age indie has historically been a difficult nut to crack but The Harbours have smashed it with ‘One In A Million’. The authentic musical interpretations of their surroundings and experiences are unforgettable, and well deserved of the expected accolades this release will inspire."
"British outfit take their cues from Bodega with this bright and pounding post-punk gem"
"‘One In A Million’ offers a genuine authenticity and compelling honesty all wrapped up in a three-minute track. Highly reminiscent of The Cure, The Harbours finds a balance between synthetic and organic production. A calming track blending the lyrics and melodies expertly was my introduction to The Harbours. I can’t wait to see what they have planned for the future."
"Plucky and playful, the nonchalant melancholy, dances in between the subtle riot of the words from The Harbours’ single ‘Flynn’. It’s a supposition of glances and timed wits, arbitrary in rhythm, but indelibly palpable in the shine. It’s that strength of substance and sustenance, where the 5 piece delivers in charm."
"With the delicious distance of all things early 90’s The Stone Roses / ‘baggy’ juxtaposed against Editors style dark melodies, this Great Yarmouth five-piece offer something truly original to post-punk’s legacy."