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Harbour (pop-punk) Eastern Canada 2017 tour with Keep Flying

Canadian old school pop-punk band Harbour have announced that they will be embarking on a tour of Eastern Canada in May with NJ/LI/PA emo pop-punkers Keep Flying. The tour will begin on May 11th in London, ON and will end on May 27th in Saint John – with stops at this years Pouzza Fest in between.

You can check out a full list of dates and locations below.

Harbour last released, Grade School Summer, in November 2014.



Harbour (pop punk) stream new song “Life”

Ontario based pop-punk outfit Harbour recently released a brand new track titled “Life.” This song comes off the heels of their last release, Grade School Summer. This new song finds the band going in a new direction lyrically, leaving behind the sentiments of hating on ex-girlfriends and looking to the brighter days that the future holds. It is a great testament to modern pop-punk and the new themes lend very well to the band’s new found growth and progression.

You can take a listen to the song below.

Harbour signed to Bullion Records in Japan at the end of 2014. The band last released their EP, Grade School Summer, last November.



Harbour / We Were Sharks announce Canadian tour

Toronto/Ontario based pop-punk band Harbour has teamed up Ottawa’s We Were Sharks for a little winter Canadian tour in February.

Have a look at tour dates and locations below.

Harbour signed to Bullion Records in Japan at the end of 2014. The band last released their EP, “Grade School Summer, Last November”.

We Were Sharks just released their latest album “Not A Chance”, a couple weeks ago through Panic State Records, and is a follow-up to their debut album “Highways”.



Harbour (pop punk) announce tour of Japan

Canadian pop-punk band Harbour have announced a tour of Japan for this August. Check out the dates and locations below.

Harbour signed to Bullion Records in Japan at the end of 2014. The band last released their EP, Grade School Summer, last November.



Survay Says! announce Canadian co-headlining tour with Harbour

New Jersey ska/pop-punkers Survay Says! have announced a short co-headlining Canadian tour with Canadian pop-punk band Harbour, dubbed the “Punk You Up Tour.” Check out where they’ll be hitting up below.

Survay Says! released their latest full-length Observations of the Human Condition last April, while Harbour last released their EP Grade School Summer last November.



New Video: Harbour – “Couldn’t Hack It”

In order to help promote the Japanese full-length release of their album “Grade School Summer,” Canadian pop-punks Harbour released a video for the track “Couldn’t Hack It.” The video was not shot specifically for the song; rather it compiles a bunch of live footage with “Can’t Hack It” serving as the musical bed. Check it out below.

The “Grade School Summer” EP was released Stateside on November 4th.



Harbour (pop-punk) stream new EP “Grade School Summer”

Canadian pop-punks Harbour are currently streaming their new EP Grade School Summer, which was released today, November 4th.

Check it out below.

Harbour’s last release was the All My Exes Are Dead To Me EP in May 2013.



Harbour (Canadian pop-punk) announce “Grade School Summer” release shows

Canadian pop-punks Harbour have announced a series of record release shows in support of their upcoming album “Grade School Summer.” The shows will take place in and around their hometown, as you might imagine. Check out the rundown below.

“Grade School Summer” is due out digitally on November 4th via the group’s Bandcamp page. Check it out here.



Harbour (pop-punk) releases video for new single “Grade School Summer”

Canadian pop-punk band Harbour have released their new single “Grade School Summer.” The song serves as the title track to their upcoming album due out on November 4th. Check out the music video below.

You can purchase the song through the band’s Bandcamp page. Harbour last released their independent EP All My Exes Are Dead To Me last year.