Living Hour

by Living Hour

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Storm Gaza
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Storm Gaza An amazing fusion of surf rock and shoegazey goodness. The vocals sound holy over these guitar-distorted and reverb heavy surf rock instrumentals. There's not many albums that sound like this one. Favorite track: Seagull.
Anna Ruth Taylor
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Anna Ruth Taylor so hard to even begin to pick a favorite track, mostly because i can never keep myself from listening to the entire album all the way through Favorite track: Miss Emerald Green.
John Evelyn
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John Evelyn Beautiful, really looking forward to what's to come. Favorite track: Seagull.
Glenn Wever
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Glenn Wever great dreamy shoegaze, reminiscent of slowdive, or even a bit of my bloody valentine. Melodic riffs, and a captivating voice. Favorite track: This Is The Place.
Anthony Panecasio
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Anthony Panecasio Reverberating, dreamy soundscapes that will fill the room -- or simply the space between your ears. You, as the listener, will have to pick which emotions you identify with most on any given track, since a single track's lyrics can vary from triumphant to crushing in the space of a few minutes. Overall, it's a fantastic record that I'm glad I discovered. Easily recommended to someone who might want a surf-y, psychedelic shoegaze trip. Favorite track: Steady Glazed Eyes.
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Living Hour began in the basements of south Winnipeg, writing dreamy love songs inspired by the cinematic sky of their hometown. Blending bright shimmering guitar pop with thick casio drones and uniquely powerful, smoky vocals, their sound washes over you like the soundtrack to the best parking lot makeout session of your youth. Watery echoes of gorgeously sung melodies, psychedelic interlocking guitar, and huge driving crescendos create an enchanting wall of blissful dream pop.

Living Hour contributed two songs to Family Portrait II, a vinyl compilation put out by Art is Hard Records (Bristol/London) in April 2015, and released a super limited edition cassette of their debut s/t album with Tree Machine Records (Bloomington) that same month. The band will release their debut album world-wide with Lefse Records (Portland) on February 19, 2016



released February 19, 2016

Lefse Records 2016


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