"The Water" is comprised of songs inspired by Gill's transition from living in a small town to New York City. It is a collection about embracing life's adventures, breaking free from society's mold and finding personal freedom. Learn more HERE...
"From the moment the funky horns drop and Gill's classically soulful voice starts belting out "Austin," the first song on Hannah Gill & The Hours' The Water EP, it's like 50 years of musical history has just evaporated."- Under the Radar
"Like "Son of a Preacher Man" as covered by a bigger badass and with psychedlic guitar break. Welcome Hannah Gill and the Hours. This won't be the last your hear of them..." READ MORE
"From hints of pop to rock and contemporary blues, the bands sound is unlike anything you've heard before"- Teen Vogue
Whatever you're going through, 18-year-old powerhouse vocalist, Hannah Gill, and her band, The Hours, have just the song that will make you feel absolutely invincible.
The bold sultry vibe of their latest single “Change In Blue” is a mix of different genres that will instantly have you hooked. From hints of pop to rock and contemporary blues, the band’s sound is unlike anything you’ve ever heard before... READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
"Their EP The Water was released last month, and new single “Change in Blue” is already sending chills up no small number of spines. Indeed, Gill forcefully wails, “I’m gonna howl at the moon / Like it’s made for me” over a devlish blues strut that might just have Jack White looking over his shoulder...READ MORE