"Hold On To Love" is the new album from alt-rock/folk band, Harbor and Home. The Minneapolis, MN based band is dedicated to being a light in the darkest times of life. And with the divisive, contentious, and now scary
week year we've had in this country, their album comes at just the right time. The band seeks to be the "hope and the inspiration that gets us through the most difficult of times." The name, "Harbor & Home" comes from places of refuge and security. Places you can trust and things that you call dear.
And after listening to their album that dropped October 2nd, I believe that the band's warm, rich and inspiring music can be this for anyone who is searching for it. One of my favorites is Hold Me, an upbeat love anthem with amazing instrumentation and heartfelt lyrics, "Can't you see that I don't want you to leave me, baby."
"Although our situations can seem heavy, we must shape our own paths and make the best choices in order to define the people that we are to become. Through life's ups and downs we must rely on the ones we love to lift us up and hold us strong as we each complete our own story. Our music comes from a compilation of our stories and also stories from lives of the people around us. We hope that you can find what you are looking for as you dive deeper into our music."
Harbor and Home is made up of six talented musicians with Kaleb Williams on Lead Vocals and Guitar, Landon Conrath on Drums, Caleb Dee and Jon Nelson on Guitar, Grant Deakins on Bass, and Ben Howe on Keys. Together they've created a unique sound that embodies modern Roots Americana with classic Rock N’ Roll. You can stream "Hold on To Love" on Spotify and Apple Music.
SPOTIFY : https://open.spotify.com/artist/2zwTFhb1SlPSuER7CMNOiV?si=tvGULXPdSMag96gZKlHrbw
APPLE MUSIC: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/harbor-home/668030113
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