Native Harrow Album "Happier Now" Out Now

Friday, 2nd August 2019

Happy release day, Native Harrow! Happier Now is out today on LP, CD & digital, available here. Take a look at some of these wonderful reviews:-

"Tuel’s wondrous voice evoking both Judee Sill and early Joni Mitchell at their most wistful… timeless folk-rooted confections"8/10UNCUT

"Laurel Canyon-style folk rock with shades of Joni Mitchell"★★★★THE TIMES

"an album that shimmers and glows with a warmth and emotional intimacy that’s impossible to resist.""It’s hard to be utterly timeless and refreshingly original, but Native Harrow manages it with ease."FOLK RADIO

"Tuel on vocals and her deft, multi-instrumentalist bandmate Stephen Harms. Her voice is extraordinary: a liquid drawl that is well suited to the genre — and he is a magician."LONDON EVENING STANDARD

"This is a captivating, almost mesmeric album of the highest quality… the excellent ‘Something You Have’ is gospel-tinged while both ‘Blue Canyon’ and the title track ‘Happier Now’ could have been recorded by a young Joni Mitchell."8/10AMERICANA-UK

"A wonderful record, a brilliant talent, a real storyteller and a wonderful songwriter."AMAZING RADIO

"top quality country-soul"★★★★SCOTTISH DAILY EXPRESS

"gorgeous folk and Americana tinged sounds… Something You Have is a wondrously swoonsome ode"RECORD OF THE DAY

"a set of disarming, powerful reflections on love and life…. Occasionally an artist jumps out for the crowd as something special. Enter singer-songwriter Native Harrow, real name Devin Tuel."8/10SOUTHERN DAILY ECHO

"set of disarming, powerful reflections on love and life… timeless melodies and warm arrangements of guitar and percussion ensure an intimacy and immediacy that's impossible to escape"★★★★ISLINGTON GAZETTE

"Razor-sharp folk rock"MOJO

"The album has a cool Greenwich Village vibe to it so check it out if the likes of Fred Neil is the bag you're in."BLABBER 'N' SMOKE

Big thanks to Resident Brighton for making "Happier Now" their Album of the Week and to Rough Trade for making it one of their Albums of the Month.

"A dazzling work of dreamy folk that enchants through Tuel’s captivating honeyed voice & engrossing songwriting."ALBUM OF THE WEEKRESIDENT, BRIGHTON

"Beautifully soaring, wistful (but not whimsical) folk-rock. Sublime harmonies backed by grooving folk-rock riffs. Rolling grooves ground languid and dreamy clearwater shimmers of sound."ROUGH TRADE