Well, your persistence is useless and your timing’s slack…

Last Harbour

I’ve written about Last Harbour a couple of times, once way back in the day when Partly Porpoise was a young fresh-faced thing, earnest and barely shaving (Feb 06, here) and then again in August of last year in a rather harsh post full of self-recrimination about having missed a release date of their last EP.

Well, never let it be said that I don’t learn from my mistakes, because here I am plugging Last Harbour again, but this time actually doing it rather more effectively, in that they are appearing on Marc Riley’s BBC6 program, tomorrow.

Oh yes.

More by luck than design, it has to be said, but I happened to be gazing thoughtfully at my emails this afternoon (I should really have been preparing for school tomorrow), when I noticed that the session had not passed yet and but actually pertinent. Who’d have thought eh?

The show will be broadcast between 7 and 9 tomorrow evening and I shall give it a listen (not least because as a born again Fall devotee, I’m suspecting there may be a little more to Mr Riley than previously thought).

I believe this is also supposed to tie in with a new Last Harbour EP “Saint Luminous Bride”, due to be released on May 25th on Little Red Rabbit Records.

Actually a visit to the band’s own site, will reveal a number of free downloads, including a previous EP, called “Embers”, plus artwork. I’ll put up my favourite track from that EP, and then when you’ve been impressed by their rather fine dark swagger, you can go to their site and download the rest plus artwork.

Out Back – Last Harbour

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Cole
    Apr 19, 2009 @ 22:39:00

    School? Tomorrow?

    Reply

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