East Harbor releases “The Cure” exploring mental health struggles

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Following their release of “Exosphere” and their first release of 2024, East Harbor is back with “The Cure”. With heavy influences from singer-songwriter, indie, and folk sounds, “The Cure” explores mental health struggles, beauty, self-worth, and hope.

Influenced from artists like Coldplay, The Lumineers, and Lana Del Rey, “The Cure” slightly changes from the band’s signature energetic style. Despite its more subdued nature, the track still holds true to East Harbor’s knack for melodies that linger long after the music fades.

The track opens with a delicate arrangement with a gentle acoustic guitar, subtle percussion, and lyrics “Believe in yourself”. As the song progresses, layers of instrumentation build, and offer optimism to those grappling with their own demons.

Lead singer Josh Dobson delivers each line of “The Cure” with sincerity and conviction. His vocal delivery conveys the song’s message of resilience and self-discovery, inviting listeners to reflect on their own struggles. The lyrics echoing “The Cure Is You” sheds light on the internal battles many face, such as anxiety and depression.

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