Four piece indie rock outfit Sad Hour are excited to release their newest single in 'Nine Paces', an energetic and upbeat track. Fronted by Englishman Sean Moring, with Greta Andrew-Taylors on bass, Corry Dyball on guitar and Callum O’Meagher on drums, Sad Hour have been rocking venues all over Perth for the last few years. After releasing their debut self titled EP 'Sad Hour' in 2018, the band has spent the past two years working on their songwriting and studio skills and are eager to share their new material with the world.
'Nine Paces' is a song about shooting your mouth off too early in an argument and coming off second best because you didn’t take time to listen properly. Driven along by a high energy drum beat and a relentless pushing bass line the track draws from a rich history of British rock and borrows thematic elements from Spaghetti Westerns to create a rich atmosphere. The track is also Sad Hour’s only song at present to feature their friend Harry Josland on the trumpet, whose big horn swells really add to that Western ambience. 'Nine Paces' was recorded at Vision Studios by Lead Guitarist Corry, who mixed it at home then sent it off to Bill Henderson at Azimuth Mastering for mastering.
The solo peppered single is the second in a string of singles the band is planning to release over the rest of the year. Set for release for the 21st of October, 'Nine Paces' will be available on all major streaming platforms. Make sure you keep an eye out for Sad Hour and catch them when you can so you can experience their energy in person.