Bullion Records (Flogging Molly, MPX, Anti-Flag)
Formed in Brantford, Ontario in 2012, Harbour have been stirring up the scene with their catchy melodic songs reminiscent of the golden days of pop-punk. In August of the same year, their first ep was released, and the band built up a local fan base by performing with various bands and booking some events. They have worked with bands like Four Year Strong, State Chmaps and Hit The Lights. In Canada's pop punk scene, Harbour has become quite established and has kept busy.
In May 2013 they released "All My Exes Are Dead To Me" and in April 2014, "Sorry, Not Sorry" (with a Japanese version included) was announced, which was followed by what has become a fan favourite, "Grade School Summer". Unlike recent pop-punk artists, Harbour has many influences such as modern hardcore and a skate/punk style, with energy-filled songs reminiscent of the 90's pop punk innovators. Touched with some melody and a smooth delivery, Harbour has been gaining a steady fan base from Canada all the way to Japan!
Jamie Mittendorf • Vocals & Bass
Henry Dowling • Guitar
Josh Bombay • Drums
Mike Bielawski • Guitar & Vocals