“By using the word ‘harbor,’ the listener gets the vision of a waterscape,” frontman Jeremy Bolm tells Rolling Stone. “I like this because the song is about change, like how a change in tide can mean everything for the land surrounding. But on the other hand, the word ‘harbor’ is being used grammatically as a verb. For example, ‘to harbor the love that I have to give,’ I am keeping love sheltered and protected from the way I once was.”
You can listen to the song here.
The song will appear on Is Survived By Me, the band’s next album, which will be released on September 24th on Deathwish Inc. records.
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