Woman’s Hour Incites A Bewitching Journey


Press Photo by Steve Gullick


Woman’s Hour recently dropped the single “Conversations” from their forthcoming LP of the same name, which is being released July 15th on the Secretly Canadian label. If you haven’t had a chance to listen yet, do yourself a favor and take it for a spin! The shoe-gaze like synth mixed with occasional rockabilly chords is a bewitching journey through a modern musical spectrum. Lead singer Fiona Burgess’ raw emotions entice and seduce, demanding the listener console her.

A few days ago Ghostly International artist Fort Romeau released a remix of “Conversations” on xlr8r, which has the funky vibes of a Daft Punk tune and the structure of a Kraftwerk composition.

And here’s the original song:

Another one,“Her Ghost,” haunts with Stratocaster-reverb and perfectly executed breakup song lyrics. 

The band is coming stateside for a tour this fall including a show at the Rickshaw Stop in San Francisco October 10th. Full tour dates here. Woman’s Hour’s unique sound has garnered them a significant following United Kingdom and no doubt they’ll pick up more fans here in the good ole US of A.