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The Heavy Hours ‘Desperate Days’ : The optimism of chance and possibilities we needed today.

The Heavy Hours

Cincinnati quartet, The Heavy Hours, helps us open our eyes and hearts to the world that is now, and available for us to tackle. With that refreshing Americana & Classic Rock embrace, ‘Desperate Days’ is the optimism of chance and possibilities we needed today.

Said the band: ‘“Desperate Days” is the light of the sun after a storm; the reward that comes after hope during hard times. It’s a song we wrote during our quarantine experience; it’s all about the silver linings of this strange year.”

Exchange of ideas, flowed from the talents of each member, and at the end of it all, they wanted to inspire, both themselves and of the folks out there. The feelings of hurt and desperation, mounting in the minds of people decimated by nature and circumstance, The Heavy Hours, dedicate the song to that grit and perseverance.

Adopting the band’s name from a line in William Butler Yeats’ Autobiographies, The Heavy Hours emerged, eager to explore a long-standing fascination with time-honored songwriting and production.

Look out world, nothing can stop you. And with The Heavy Hours, pushing you to new angles, it’s all up from here.

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