Album Release! A lush, wanderlust-soaked collection of dreamy pop arrangements. Quiet Hounds’ first-ever performance in 2011 organically drew an underground scene of 400 attendees. Dressed in latent leather dog masks, they delivered a late 1800s / early 1900s inspired immersive fan experience built by hand. The success of the art experience led to further experimentation as the band began telling stories of The South’s history through bonding music with Atlanta’s food scene with Dinner Bell, a Quiet Hounds made intimate, “break bread” dining experience that gathers community around a farm table with nationally acclaimed chefs (Hugh Acheson of Top Chef) and music to accompany (guests Drivin’ n Cryin’, The Indigo Girls).
Atlanta’s history has had a vast impact on Quiet Hounds’ artistic endeavors that has inhaled and exhaled some of the city’s soul. Since its inception, the band has been unifying local musicians, artists, dancers, writers, real estate moguls, chefs, charities and small businesses in unique ways. “Quiet Hounds is about sharing an authentic, hopeful joy with the world,” says the band. “We aim to preserve the history and art in our region by keeping these stories alive. We are surrounded by so much rich history that make our city a storytelling playground. We are so grateful for that and for the support of such a talented community”