Brothers Henry and Jack Madin write undeniable boppers and ballads that burst with harmony and a shared knowledge only siblings seem capable of. Torch singer Bec Rigby’s arresting ‘vocal variations harmonize seamlessly’ and melt hearts while Martin King (Oscar and Martin, Fitness By Martin King) ties everything together with his steezy beats and sultry vocals. It's the harmonies and undeniable melodies that envelop you when The Harpoons are on stage, one that houses bespoke marimbas and pentatones, deftly handled guitars, and analogue and digital drums like two hearts beating.
Their debut album Falling For You has been carefully shaped over the last two years, tastes of it’s forthcoming diversity revealed in recent singles ‘Unforgettable’ and ‘Can We Work This Out’. Featuring tracks that have to date only been experienced at their heart thumping live shows at Meredith, Falls and umpteen Melbourne venues with fellow travellers like Saskwatch and Allen Stone, Falling For You is an album to be savored on repeat, this summer and beyond.