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5 Artists To Check Out If You LOVE Hozier

Autumn is coming. Be prepared with these great artists.

5 Artists To Check Out If You LOVE Hozier

Autumn is coming and the best memories are filled with great tunes, crunchy leaves, and the people you love.

At this point, all Hozier fans will know that he released an EP called "Nina Cries Power" within the last month. If you love Hozier, you are sure to love these five artists.

1. Ben Howard

Ben Howard is an artist from Richmond, United Kingdom. He's had songs featured on shows like The Walking Dead ("Oats in the Water") and is known for his enchanting lyrics and range of sound.

My fall favorites are "Conrad", "Esmerelda", and "Black Flies".

2. Sleeping at Last

Many people know Sleeping at Last for the instrumental tracks produced. What a lot of people don't know is that Sleeping at Last consists of three members, two of them brothers, and have been around for 19 years! Some of their songs have been featured on Shonda Rhimes' Grey's Anatomy.

My fall favorites from Sleeping at Last are "East", "You Are Enough", and "Earth".

3. Daughter

Daughter is a band from North London, United Kingdom. Lead Singer Elena Tonra has a beautifully haunting voice. They are known for their song "Youth", featured on the Netflix pick-up, "Lovesick". If you have the chance to see Daughter live, take it! (I've met her twice now and she is SO sweet!)

My fall favorites from Daughter are "Numbers", "Still", and the instrumental track "Witches".

4. Tall Heights 

Tall Heights is a band that I haven't been familiar with for long, but they have a soft, rain-like quality to their music: soothing and soft. Based in Boston, the duo makes experimental "folktronica" music and Indie tunes.

My fall favorites from Tall Heights are "Spirit Cold" and "Back to Autumn".

5. Bear's Den

Bear's Den is a duo from London, England and is known for their poetic songs, often evoking natural imagery and old tales through incredible vocal range and passion.

My fall favorites from Bear's Dean are "When You Break", "Above the Clouds of Pompeii", and "Elysium".

If you haven't listened to Hozier's latest release, be sure to check it out!

A few other artists include James Vincent McMorrow, Vance Joy, and Gabrielle Aplin. Happy listening!

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