What does a DIY Canadian rock group do after charting on the National Loud Chart, releasing a viral video-game anthem and touring the globe in the wake of critical reviews and mainstream press?
What if you were told a band from Canada would form that would meld every splintered off sub-genre you can imagine back into one, stand-alone, hybrid Rock / Metal sound?
The story The Valhounds is a long and twisted tale, after years of friendship between most of the guys, it took a chance meeting at a local watering hole to find the final piece.
Ever since Pete Townshend coined the term “power pop” in 1967, fans, critics and musicians alike have clung to its principles of crunchy guitars, smooth harmonies and tales of tragic young love, in the never-ending battle to keep rock and roll’s flame burning brightly.
Ivory Hours is the ever-evolving indie-pop outlet of singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Luke Roes.