Photo by Michelle Balderston
Photo by Michelle Balderston

Ivory Hours came home to a massive London Music Hall crowd this past Saturday night in London, Ontario. Joining Luke and the boys were their good friends / London-based bands, Texas King and Mountain of Wolves. The show was a homecoming of sorts as it’s been a busy 2016 for Ivory Hours after touring nationally with summer festivals including Rock the Park, Elora Riverfest (see an interview we conducted with Luke before Riverfest) and KOI Music Festival. The band kicked off their tour on Nov. 16 playing with Marianas Trench in St. Catherines, then it was onward to London for some home cookin’ before they head out West (see tour dates below).

A couple days ago, Ivory Hours released the emotional video for their song, ‘Morning Light’ (watch below). The band have also just released an acoustic EP titled ‘Sunday Morning’ which is available on all your favourite streaming services.

— Oh, and if you’re wondering how Ivory Hours show was received at the show on Saturday, you’ll quickly see from our amazing photos under the video that it was a night to remember (which included Luke crowd surfing)!

 

Photos by Michelle Balderson for Indie Underground.

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Ivory Hours upcoming Western Tour Dates:

Nov 25 WINNIPEG, MB // WECC
Nov 26 REGINA, SK // THE ARTFUL DODGER
Nov 30 KELOWNA, BC // FERNANDO’S
Dec 2 VANCOUVER, BC // FOX CABARET
Dec 7 EDMONTON, AB // MERCURY ROOM
DEC 8 RED DEER, AB // BO’S BAR & GRILL *
DEC 9 CALGARY, AB // THE GATEWAY **
DEC 10 FERNIE, BC // NORTHERN BAR & STAGE *
DEC 14 BANFF, AB // WILD BILL’S *
DEC 15 CANMORE, AB // THE DRAKE INN *
DEC 16 GOLDEN BC // ROCKWATER GRILL & BAR *
DEC 17 REVELSTOKE, BC // TRAVERSE *
* w/ Shred Kelly
** w/ The Balconies

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Michelle Balderston

Michelle is a lover of coffee, live-shows, and all things music. Anything from indie pop to folk rock, she’s always searching for new music to spin. A current student of radio broadcasting, Michelle has recently discovered a passion for concert photography and is excited to be able to share that with Indie Underground!