Devin Tuel is a songwriter from Pennsylvania and Stephen Harms is a multi-instrumentalist and composer. Over the past year, they came together as the Brooklyn-based indie folk duo known as The Native Harrow and set out to write and perform together. They took a break from working on their debut album to stop by the back room of Freddy’s Bar in South Slope, Brooklyn for this episode of BTR Hear & There.
Featured song: “Tears Like A River”
Ghost, Native Harrow’s debut album will be available Spring 2015.
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