Dancing with a Stranger (Sam Smith Cover)
After receiving immediate popularity at the band's live performances and in the midst of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, Atlas Hour made the decision to officially release their first cover song while socially distanced. Writing and recording all instruments separately, the band would only meet one time to record vocals before sending the music off to Kile Odell for production. Resonating with the idea of being emotionally removed during an evening out due to heartbreak, Atlas Hour felt that they could deliver a new take on this track with the more aggressive undertones of their original music.
Working with esteemed rock/metal producer Kile Odell, Atlas Hour's debut EP "Conversations" hit the scene with a new crisp and clean sound. While the majority of music today focuses on inflating self esteem, this EP delivers various sobering truths to the listener. In the very first track "Reality" points out the human nature of lying to oneself and seeking false validation while challenging the audience to accept reality and move forward. The fan favorite "Victim Syndrome" recounts frustrations experienced by singer Parker Devlin while helping a friend struggle through addiction. Endless emotion is poured into each and every word in this work of art.
December 1, 2020
"Today we are featuring another promising modern rock band, ATLAS HOUR, from the USA. We have reviewed their fantastic cover of DANCING WITH A STRANGER, along with its character, style, story, potential, and more.
They kept the overture close to its original, then brought the story where they showed their real character. This is a successful piece of work with its top-class production, dynamics, and irresistible melodies."
HOLD ON HOLLYWOOD
EP RELEASE PARTY
February 15, 2020
Come throw down with 94.5 The BUZZ favorite, Hold on Hollywood as they release their 2nd EP. This show will feature Texas locals: Dead Set Red, The Steve Satchel Band, and Atlas Hour.
October 11, 2019
Do your ears a favor and make a date with DJ Suzy again this weekend. On this week's edition of Indie Mania, Suzy checks out a heap of new additions along with Ditch Water's latest album, Never Say Never.
The Amorettes, Stricken, Violet Janine, ReFrame, Southern Smoke, Ditchwater, Order Of The Emperor, Hellbound Hearts, Atlas Hour, The Jailbirds, Ditchwater, Betyljoos, Arrays
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