Post Harbor Ink Burning Deal

(PR) Seattle-based Post Harbor has signed with Burning Building Recordings to release their next, as yet untitled full-length in early 2010.

Post Harbor has been circulating local venues for the past four years, consistently impressing with their dynamic and intense live performances. Having released their debut Praenumbra in 2007, the band quickly began creating a stir. Sound exclaimed their "heavy focus on instrumentation makes for an almost otherworldly effect when the band plays live." KEXP added the band "creates songs that begin with all the beauty of a Sigur Rós tune, only to dial up the percussion and angst…the result has been unanimously positive, a sign that maybe these guys will soon get the attention they deserve."

Over the past year, the band holed up in their bedrooms, cabins, and eventually, Soundhouse studios to record their much anticipated follow-up. Ultimately, the band felt Burning Building was the best fit - "Burning Building has been working with bands that we love for a while now, so when the opportunity presented itself to work with them, it seemed like a perfect match. We feel like they understand where our music is headed and have the kind of vision to help us take it there."

Post Harbor will be introducing new material at the second Burning Building Showcase on Friday, September 4th at the Sunset Tavern. It will be the first opportunity for fans to see the band live in almost a year.

Post Harbor is Anthony Carlucci (guitars, vocals), Brandon Bogan (guitar, keys), Kenny Ball (bass), Aaron Gustafson (drums), and Colin Isler (cello).

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