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


Bio

In 2020, Alternative Press named them as one of ten "Rising Australian Pop-Punk Bands You Need to Hear. All Hours, the Brisbane outfit influenced by rock heavyweights such as Paramore, A Day to Remember, Blink 182 and Sum 41, are again bringing their energetic spin on the genre with their poppy melodies, frenetic riffs, and female-vocalist Dani at the helm!

Today, they are dropping their new single 'Downward' and announcing the imminent release of their EP 'Perspectives'! Downward will be released this Friday 5th March on all digital stores and streaming platforms, and Perspectives goes on pre-order the same day, for release on Friday April 16! Downward can be purchased/streamed at http://ffm.to/AllHours_DW and the Perspectives EP can be pre-ordered at http://ffm.to/AllHours_Perspectives, both available from Friday.

On the topic of the themes contained in the EP, vocalist Dani O’Grady said that "'Perspectives’ delves into the theme of relationships and is like a glimpse into my private journal. It explores the breakdown of relationships, toxic friendships, and reflections on ‘what could have been."

Continuing, O'Grady said that the new single Downward "...is the opening track from the EP. It's about cutting loose toxic friends and relationships and finding your own way. Despite the darker theme of the lyrics, the song is one of the more bouncy and fast-paced tracks off the EP. "

With two EP releases under their belt—a self-titled debut in 2015, followed by 2017’s Sightseeing—All Hours went on to release a cover of Amy Shark’s hit song, ‘I Said Hi’, followed by their single "Saving Grace" which they supported with shows throughout the first half of 2019. The second half of 2019 saw the release of ‘Black Rose’, the first single from the band’s upcoming EP ‘Perspectives’.

All Hours saw out 2019 with a set on the local stage of Good Things Festival. After a quiet 2020, All Hours are back with new music and their trademark energetic live show.

All Hours' new single 'Downward' is out Friday March 5th on all digital stores and streaming platforms at http://ffm.to/AllHours_DW, and Perspectives goes on pre-order the same day at http://ffm.to/AllHours_Perspectives, for release on Friday April 16!

Review

Downward

All Hours

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

11 Mar 2021

Triple J
40

yeah i'm with dave that the combo of that hooky pop punk with the heavier bursts make this song really stand out and wow, some of those riffs are manic!

yeah i'm with dave that the combo of that hooky pop punk with the heavier bursts make this song really stand out and wow, some of those riffs are manic!

Review

Downward

All Hours

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

08 Mar 2021

Triple J
40

The clean vocals and spiky, melodic construction of this track are pure pop-punk. But this band take it up a level with the heavy vox and turn this one into a good time shredder.

The clean vocals and spiky, melodic construction of this track are pure pop-punk. But this band take it up a level with the heavy vox and turn this one into a good time shredder.