Sky Harbour
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Sky Harbour

Brighton, England, United Kingdom | SELF

Brighton, England, United Kingdom | SELF
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"Speakers Blown"

‘This brilliantly selected crop of catchy rock tunes will be echoing in my head for quite a while.’ - N/A


"Sound Parade"

‘The Sky Harbour lads have tons of potential and talent.’ - N/A


"Room Thirteen"

‘With tracks such as these, there is no doubt they have a bright future ahead, a definite big band in the making.’ - N/A


"With Flaws"

‘An extremely well crafted bunch of songs that exhibit musical talent and more importantly promise.’ - N/A


"Alter The Press"

‘Good chunky riffs with compelling melodies to match and it hints of more to come’ - N/A


"Brighton Source"

‘Accomplished alternative rock is one thing, but this is inventive, catchy and commercial.’ - N/A


Discography

Words Best Left Unsaid EP - 2010
Togetheralone EP - 2011

Make Like Ghosts - Juice FM
Neck Deep - University radio Sussex, Brighton, Liverpool and London.

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Bio

Sky Harbour have been an entity for two years; in that time they have released two EPs, played many gigs in both England and Wales as well as opening the Rock Sound Exposure Tour in 2011. The band have been well received by various independent magazines/blogs and are currently planning a UK tour and release for summer 2012.

With words there isn't a lot we can say that isn't mentioned by every other band as to why they are different. What we will say is that we believe what we are doing is good and we enjoy performing it to people. The band are four guys who met and made friends after moving to Brighton and share a passion for music.

Bands we are influenced by: The Xcerts, Yuck, Brand New, Jimmy Eat World, Nirvana, The Smiths, Taking Back Sunday, Manchester Orchestra, The Cure, Reuben, Hundred Reasons, Death Cab For Cutie, Name Taken and Placebo.

Brighton Source: 'Accomplished alternative rock is one thing, but this is inventive, catchy and commercial'

Alter The Press: 'Good chunky riffs with compelling melodies to match and it hints of more to come'

With Flaws Magazine: 'An extremely well crafted bunch of songs that exhibit musical talent and more importantly promise'

Room Thirteen: 'With tracks such as these, there is no doubt they have a bright future ahead, a definite big band in the making!'