Everyone has something to say, but we want to say something worth listening to.
In early 2022, college roommates Riley Shearon and TJ Hyer officially formed Working Hour after discovering a mutual love for alternative pop rock indie music. Working Hour quickly issued a series of EPs with the assistance of mixing engineer Paul Kimsal (GAYLE, Youngblud)
A year later and Working Hour has amassed over 100,000 streams on Spotify and Apple Music. The band quickly connected with many fans. Riley and TJ believe their listeners had an immediate connection because they identify with the universal themes of love, isolation, loneliness, and addiction to technology. It doesn’t hurt that the band has the pop sensibilities of early Tears for Fears, The 1975, or The Band CAMINO.
RedHarp comes from the magic city Birmingham, Alabama. Playing a collaboration of genres and mixing more instuments than members, Redharp wants to bring the good people of America what they need so badly...original music.
While touring for 5 years with the rock band WildSweetOrange, guitarist Garret Kelly had been accumulating songs of his own that, until the bands breakup, just sat on the shelf. But with the help of his brother Josh on bass, coworker Mike the mayor on sax, and cello artist lolo cheng, RedHarp was born.