Two years after their their garage sounding self-titled album, Grit Harbour, premiered on Spotify, ITunes, and other various outlets, Grit Harbour is back with a new studio album, Stranger. "We wanted a sound that could resonate with people who feel they've left something behind yet are okay with starting over," says frontman James Markas. "We decided to bring in strings, organs, trumpets, and whatever we can to take the indie genre to a new level. We've enjoyed it every part of the way." Listen to their new album and get back to the original deep sounds of influences such as Van Morrison, Beach Boys, Marvin Gaye, and JJ Cale.
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