Post Harbor not only blur the line between genres they transcend the boundaries. The band set aside over a year to write and record They Can't Hurt You If You Don't Believe In Them, not playing any shows for that entire year to give the process their full and undivided attention. It shows as Post Harbor has constructed a seamless album where each track compliments the entire work as a whole.
Instrumentally, Post Harbor pushes the limits with ambitious arrangements creating gorgeous and complex musical landscapes. Expansive and reflective without compromising the band's focused precision; Post Harbor has the ability to transport the listener to another time and place. The ethereal vocals of Anthony Carlucci tremble with restrained emotion and act as yet another instrument in this expansive orchestra of sounds. Post Harbor slowly reveal layer upon layer with each listen and the results are often majestic in this intricate symphony that is They Can't Hurt You If You Don't Believe In Them.
History: Seattle-based Post Harbor released their debut, Praenumbra, in 2007, and the album was met with positive reviews. Praenumbra was an accomplished album but it only explored a fraction of what the band was truly striving to become. For close to a year the band holed up in their bedrooms, cabins, and eventually Soundhouse studios to record their much anticipated follow-up. They Can't Hurt You If You Don't Believe In Them is the fruit of the band's labor. This is the ambitious sophomore record that ups the ante. After the recording Post Harbor quickly signed on with Burning Building Recordings and They Can't Hurt You If You Don't Believe In Them is scheduled for a February 2010 release.