The Underground Rainbows are the musical outfit of Eamon Murray, based out of Allentown, Pennsylvania. It started almost casually in 2018 when he was asked to perform at a friend’s wedding. The artist’s boundary-pushing musical approach allows him to straddle the realms of various genres such as EDM, punk rock, reggae, trance, techno, and psychedelic sounds, creating a genre-blending and distinctive sound that he is happy to be associated with.
The track “The Harbor Song” has had quite an evolution, dating back to the early 2000s when it was originally composed to the year 2020 when it was newly recorded but the file could not be retrieved due to technological mishaps. This version is derived from the 2020 recording, with a few improvisations here and there for the listener’s pleasure.
The mellifluous guitar sets the tone for the tune, slowly and gradually building up before the intriguing concoction of other percussive instruments and subtle nuances are integrated, adding to the song’s depth and sonic clarity.
The standout riffs and impressive vocal lines contribute to the song’s color and emotional resonance.
“The Harbor Song” creates a mood of relaxation and tranquility, best enjoyed with headphones on and volume turned up, and in a place with minimal to no distractions as you get drawn in, feel the music, and let it sooth your soul.
There is an inescapable punk rock influence, and the addition of a few melodic improvisations makes this song one of the tracks you want to listen to, sing, and whistle through the summer.
“The Harbor Song” is the very definition of a masterpiece from head to toe and a song that any music lover would appreciate adding to their playlist
Already streaming on popular platforms, this is your chance to sink your teeth into this sublime body of work that has been lovingly arranged, immaculately produced, and terrifically executed!
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