Animal Hours makes dreamy indie-pop songs draped in lush harmonies, wrapped in a blanket of Americana. A collective of San Francisco Bay Area writers and artists, Animal Hours is the conception of singer-songwriter Orion Letizi with collaborators Heather Anderson (Blue Rabbit), Adrianne Serna and Paul Goldowitz.
Animal Hours released its debut record, Do Over in 2014. Produced by Grammy-winning, multi-platinum producer Jason Carmer, Do Over is a collection of nine songs about losing everything we were to find exactly what we need.
“Darkly enticing pop music with hints of folk and Americana skirting around the edges… [Music] you listen to with the lights off, just you and the contemplative melody, wholly embracing that sadly-sweet darkness and letting the music lead you through it.”
—Nicholas Schneider, The Bay Bridged
“[like] staying at your aunt’s farm house and leaning out the bedroom to the rising sun and smell of fresh dew… Do Over is expected to do well.”
—Lina Alam, WVAU, Washington, D.C.
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Turning Pount - I see a fork ahead, as I’m sure you do. The fork, as always, is whether the better angels of our nature win the latest battle, or we descend into chaos. Essentially, as I see it, we will, on average, eschew the garbage information that we are now presented with in the same way that … Continue reading Turning Pount New Record Coming in 2015 - Animal Hours started production on our second record in January. We gathered together the same team as last time and spent an incredible week recording the basic tracks for ten new songs. So far, they sound amazing. We can’t share the details just yet, but expect a lot of new music from Animal Hours this … Continue reading New Record Coming in 2015 Challenged Video - Video for the song Challenged from the 2014 Animal Hours record “Do Over” now available on iTunes: http://bit.ly/animal-hours-do-over-itunes We are the challenged Trying again to make it right Through stony days and lonely nights We are like islands Trying to reach across the sea I think I see you, do you see me? We start … Continue reading Challenged Video