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A THOUSAND HOURS - Sophomore Album Out Soon, Two Songs Available For Streaming

Alaska based band A Thousand Hours will be releasing their sophomore album entitled Sleep in a couple of days, exactly on 22nd July via Vesper Records. The album finds the northern collective further refining their 4AD infused ethereal style with tracks fuller and far more atmospheric than their first release Endless Grey. The music, a mix of dreampop, shoegaze, post-punk and even darkwave styles, blends seamlessly awash with reverb and drifting at a slow pace, evoking multiple colors over a dusky cold sky.
"We aren't a band per se", says song arranger and writer Red Collier. "We very much take our cue from This Mortal Coil and rely on a large cast of characters to assemble a large album collage. This album is far grander in scope and styling than our first one, which lends it a wide variant in sound."
With over 12 contributors to the album, including members of the Fawns Of Love, Friends Of Alice Ivy and the Beremy Jets, it would be apropos to call A Thousand Hours a collective moreso than a band. This collective however does more than enshroud themselves in the sound of dream pop past, they have made it all their own. Two tracks out of the new album can be heard in the player below. Link