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Great news! Today is Release Day for husband and wife duo Wild Harbors. Their debut record Monument, produced by Andrew Osenga, is now available everywhere, including the Rabbit Room Store. Click through to stream a song from their record and purchase your copy.
Monument is a lyrical, melody-driven album, full of momentum and dynamic highs and lows. It narrates the story of taking risks to pursue what matters to us—the story that began Chris and Jenna Badeker’s journey to becoming Wild Harbors.
We at the Rabbit Room are fans of the deep cuts, so we’ve chosen to share the seventh track from Monument, a song entitled “Water.” It’s an anthemic slow-burn of a song, lending honest wisdom paired with reassurance: “You can hide, but suffering will find you just the same / If you try, you can learn a lot from your deepest pain before you send it on its way.”