The Hours

Antony Genn and Martin Slattery’s paths crossed on musical trails which between them encountered collaborations with the likes of Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros, Pulp, Elastica, UNKLE and Black Grape. In 2004 they formed The Hours, and released their first album Narcissus Road at the start of 2007.

The band have become synonymous with their skull imagery; a creation made by artist and good friend Damien Hirst for his ‘For The Love Of God’ collection. Hirst was instrumental in the release of the band’s second album, See The Light, which was produced by Flood. The album was tracked in Assault & Battery 2.

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