"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."


One in a Million -

"British outfit take their cues from Bodega with this bright and pounding post-punk gem"

Hired Gun -

"‘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."


One in a Million -

"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."

Flynn -

"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."

Hired Gun - janglepophub