Artist info

Genre

Pop, Punk, Rock


Sounds like

Paramore


band members

Vocals/Keys - Dani Lead Guitar - Richard 'Wholesome Shreds' Rhythm Guitar/Backing Vocals - Alistair Bass/Backing Vocals - Stewart Drums - Jono 'Hit Stuff'


Influences

Paramore, A Day To Remember, blink 182, Being As An Ocean


Website

Bio

All Hours are a five-piece pop-punk band from Brisbane. Influenced by rock heavyweights such as Paramore, A Day to Remember, Blink 182 and Sum 41, the gang bring their energetic spin on the genre with their poppy melodies, frenetic riffs, and female-vocalist Dani at the helm. 2018 saw a fresh line up, with guitarists Richard and Alistair joining Dani alongside Stewart (bass), and Jono (drums). Individually, the five played with a number of Brisbane outfits for 10 years before combining powers to form All Hours in 2015. Bringing the full force of their experience to their energetic live shows, they have played venues across Brisbane including Tomcat, the Brightside, Backroom, and Greaser. With two EP releases under their belt—a self-titled debut in 2015, followed by 2017’s Sightseeing—All Hours latest single is a cover of Amy Shark’s hit song, ‘I Said Hi’, which is given second life with the band’s signature heavy spin and a film clip. Following this, All Hours Released a film clip for their single “Saving Grace” which they supported with shows for the first half of the year. The band have dedicated the past six months to writing and recording a new EP which will be released at the end of the year. All Hours will be releasing the EP’s first single, Black Rose, in November.

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https://open.spotify.com/artist/6v08IqGwQha0pYqAHb5VeS?si=4F1S6T1OSVioYU...

https://www.instagram.com/all_hours_/

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

27 Dec 2018

Triple J
40

Back in high school I discovered Rufio, falling in love with them because of the way they married their vocal melodies and chords to make me genuinely feel something in ways that other pop-punk/emo acts hadn't previously. There's something of that same structural quality here.

Back in high school I discovered Rufio, falling in love with them because of the way they married their vocal melodies and chords to make me genuinely feel something in ways that other pop-punk/emo acts hadn't previously. There's something of that same structural quality here.