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The Echo Presents
Woman’s Hour

Newly signed to Secretly Canadian, ‘Her Ghost’ is Woman’s Hour’s first release with their new label following a year which saw them become the 6th most blogged band of the year (6 Music & Hype Machine), receive praise from the likes of Pitchfork, The Fader and BBC radio, alongside supporting Volcano Choir in the UK.

Placing the heart-wrenching vocals of Fiona Burgess against an intricate backdrop of expertly-crafted electronic textures, the new song finds its power through restraint with the band’s attention to the smallest of details reflected in the richness of the end result. At once achingly subtle and breathtakingly powerful in its melodic display, ‘Her Ghost’ is testament to a band fully in command of their unique identity and sound. Woman’s Hour are Fiona Burgess, William Burgess, Josh Hunnisett and Nicolas Graves.

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