Quiet Hollers were formed in 2010 and released their debut album I Am the Morning in 2013, recorded at the Funeral Home studio of analog guru Kevin Ratterman (Murder By Death, Andrew Bird, My Morning Jacket). Although the album was received with polite applause from the European blogosphere, and a smattering of indie music writers for whom it was a “Best of 2013,” it flew mostly under the radar in the band's hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, despite rotation on WFPK and a nomination for best album in the inaugural Louisville Music Awards. Quiet Hollers produced their sophomore full-length without label support, relying instead on a small but dedicated cult following who funded nearly the entire project. Released in October 2015, "Quiet Hollers" runs the proverbial gamut of the band’s eclectic influences to deliver literate, hook-laden narratives, blasting through tube amps in swirls of violin and piano. Consequence of Sound called it a "beautiful portrait," breaking the "confines of roots music”.