East Harbor, an infectious four piece arising from Florida, kick off your week with the good-vibe-inducing “Miss the Old You.” Taking influence from indie-pop and rock, East Harbor creates an iconic cross-over sound to get you off your feet and dancing.
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. Sounding like the musical lovechild of The 1975 and The Kooks, East Harbor carve a niche in the indie-pop world with their contagious sound.
Listen to “Miss The Old You” above and be on the lookout for their upcoming LP, due out later this year.[upme view=compact id=21]