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Sunday - JUNOs at Rogers Arena
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I typically don't do this, but I'm going to start this premiere off fairly blunt: I really, really fell head over heals for this song when I first heard it.
Canadian trio Ivory Hours are gearing up for the release of their new record Dreamworld. Ahead of its official unveiling on
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Hot on the release of their new album "Morning Light", AMBY sat down with Luke, Chris and Thomas of Ivory Hours to talk about the new release, their new stop-motion music video and their choices of super powers!
AMBY: We’re sitting down with London Ontario’s Ivory Hours, thanks for joining us
London, Ontario alt-poppers Ivory Hours have released a brand new video for their song 'Hello Honey' - a bouncy tune about distance making the heart grow fonder.
The video features a sassy dance choreographed by vocalist Annie Roes and the creative eye of videographer Alex Stephenson - taking it from its
A friend of mine introduced me to Ivory Hours a few months ago – immediately upon looking them up, I was attracted to them as they’re an optimistic alt-pop band from London, Ontario. The band just released their 3rd EP and siblings Luke and Annie Roes have a dynamic positive
I recently just found out about Ivory Hours - a very catchy and colorful alt-pop band from London, Ontario. The band just released their 3rd EP and it is evident that they've been playing together for awhile. Siblings on lead vocals, Luke and Annie Roes have a dynamic and beautiful