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Cincinnati-based indie pop/rock band, Harbour, has teamed up with TWIST Magazine for the exclusive premiere of “Runaway Kids,” the newest single from the infectious outfit. “Runaway Kids” is the soundtrack to your positive memories. It’s about sharing a moment or experience with someone you care about, as if finding a photo album of past vacation or trip that you never want to forget. The band will be encouraging fans to join the conversation, sharing moments, stories, pictures and videos on social media using hashtags like #RunawayKids and #RunawayMoments. “Runaway Kids” is about wanting to runaway to your positive thoughts, something that most of us can appreciate. It’s a timeless message that transcends barriers and continues the band’s central theme that With Love, anything is possible. “Runaway Kids” was produced by Ashley Shepherd, the engineer for Walk The Moon’s “Big Bad Wolves” from Iron Man 3. Here is what Harbour’s Ryan Green had to say about the release:
“Imagination is the brightest aspect of our mind. We reminisce to simpler times because we’re addicted to nostalgia. We’re so focused on the next destination, the journey becomes obsolete but those are the memories we cherish the most. The best part is we can visit these moments anytime we’d like. We’re all Runaway Kids, take your time, enjoy the ride, we’ll get where we’re going eventually.” – Ryan Green, Harbour
Harbour is a 5-piece indie/pop/rock group that brings a youthful, energetic vibe to their native Cincinnati, Ohio. Since their formation in early 2014, this band has wasted no time creating a buzz. In the first year they boasted accomplishments such as showcasing at Bunbury and Longstone Music Festivals and releasing a debut full-length album. The band’s second year included the release of their With Love EP under Old Flame Records, an official showcase at CMJ Music Marathon in New York, as well as hosting record setting sell-outs in their hometown. Harbour’s fan’s, dubbed “Runaway Kids” after their new single, are some of the most dedicated around. From heavy social interaction (their first national premiere via Baeble Music was shared over 1k times in 24 hours), to lining up at shows hours in advance, the sense of community is strong and centered around the band’s theme of inclusiveness and acceptance.