"How Long" by Native Harrow
BTR Live Studio | ep641 | Sep 5, 2017
Native Harrow is Devin Tuel, accompanied by her musical partner and conspirator, composer/multi-instrumentalist Stephen Harms. We first encountered the duo in 2015, performing for our cameras in the quiet confines of a bar in Brooklyn. Since then, Native Harrow has changed quite considerably, releasing much more music, moving, and spending a significant amount of time on the road developing a strong live show and letting Devin’s songs stretch their legs and find their footing. This is all evident in their latest batch of music and this session, recorded live at Serious Business Music in DUMBO, Brooklyn during their summer 2017 tour.

Sorores, the latest release from Native Harrow, is available now.

Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.

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Native Harrow: Official Website // Facebook // Twitter

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