• It’s a striking balance of sensibilities, upheld by Britt Harris and Molly Elizabeth Parker’s beguiling performances as the grieving sisters at the film’s center.” – Ben Umstead, Twitch Film


  • “Indie Fever is in the air and this year’s Slamdance is the film festival that could make a star our of the mesmeric Britt Harris. Her portrayal as Rachel in the must watch “Birds Of Neptune” will have plenty talking as she’s compelling throughout.” – Haren DD Yong, Actress Obsession Blog
  • Britt Harris brings level poise to her role as the only “adult” in the show—in the wrong hands this exemplar of shit-togetherness could easily be preachy or annoying, but Harris conveys a sort of big-sister competence. – Alison Hallett, The Portland Mercury

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  • “With solid song writing as well as the advantage of including Portuguese lyrics, NavesHarris is able to set itself apart from other folk acts that are trying to sound like Of Monsters and Men.” – Ariel Nascimento, 24OurMusic


  • With delicate compositions, great sound and perfect marriage between sweet voice Harris and the distinctive voice of Jair Naves, the duo recently released their first official work, with two singles, “En Route To Rio (For You, The Moon)” and ” Am I The One “. You can press play, quality assurance!  –Undercore (translated from original Portuguese text)
  • an engaging Harris” – Blake Crane, Film Pulse folha-de-sa%cc%83o-paulo
  • Harris and Parker’s performances as the troubled sisters compliment each other perfectly, their own home, and their own stagnating relationship offering the ideal escape from the truth, and from growing up.” – Ben Umstead, Twitch Film
  • “Intrepid vocalist and guitarist Jair Naves released two new songs this week with his new project, NavesHarris, band formed by him and the American singer Britt Harris of Los Angeles. The songs are great. “En Route to Rio (For You, The Moon),” is a bilingual duet of the two sides (listen to understand!), Jair leaves the angry punk Ludovic and his experimentalism of the guitar solo to penetrate the almost Sunny indie- folk. And the beautiful voice Britt Harris tames the beast. – Lúcio Ribeiro, Popload (translated from original Portuguese text)
  • Beguiling lead performances by Molly Elizabeth Parker and Britt Harris add earnest naturalism to the slightly off-kilter tone of the film. Earning our sympathy, their performances convince us that some secrets are better to leave locked away in a dark tower.” – Don Simpson, Slamdance Review, Smells Like Screen Spirit
  • Harris is consistently engrossing.” – Blake Crane, Film Pulse