RollingStone.com calls the first single "...seductive: sleek beat, wistful melody and a vaguely noirish scene set by Dominique Durand in a voice pitched halfway between a coo and a sigh.” Listen to the track here : http://bit.ly/kK6925.
"It's a rebirth," says singer Dominique Durand about All Hours. "We really had no idea where we were going for a long time. But in my mind, I knew I wanted to go back to some kind of innocence, and also a feeling of energy and excitement. I wanted to make a record based on those very basic sensations."
Ivy - Parisian-born singer Dominique Durand, and - began life as a lo-fi guitar-based band, but have grown more sonically adventurous with each record. The leadoff track to All Hours, “Distant Lights,” presents a slow-building, shifting soundscape with a relentless, hypnotic beat. The remaining 10 tracks maintain those unmistakable Ivy melodies and hooks, but as a whole represent a bold new chapter for the band.