East Harbor, an infectious four piece arising from Florida, kick off your week with the good-vibe-inducing “Miss the Old You.”
High energy from the first guitar strum, “Miss the Old You” highlights East Harbor’s prowess for exhilarating, indie-pop jams. Whether you’re cruising down the beach or kicking it off at a house party, East Harbor has crafted the quintessential – feel good track. Chant-like vocals cry “I miss the old you” amongst funky electric guitar licks and bubbly synths, creating an iconic cross-over sound to get you off your feet and dancing. East Harbor carves a niche in the indie-pop world with this contagious sound.
“this new release is surely further proof of their musical ability.” – Variance Magazine
“Miss the Old You is a bitter-sweet track that helps you realize the importance of the little things in life. That’s what makes this song so special to us” said the band. The four piece consists of Josh Dobson, Robby Staggs, David Gonzales, and Cory Kouns.
This release is not a first for East Harbor. Last year, East Harbor released their debut single “Lucid” (Feb 2019) and follow-up track “R.W.I.B.” (April 2019) garnering praise and attention from tastemakers and fans worldwide. They closed out the year with their buoyant single “Highlight of My Week,” which served as a taste of their forthcoming LP. Please give “Miss the Old You” a listen and acquaint yourself with the fresh, young band.
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