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The best laid plans often go awry – but sometimes, that's a blessing in disguise.

In mid-2015, genre-bending groove rock outfit Solhounds had built some hype, had an album's worth of material ready to record, and studio time booked. That's about the same time that their lead singer and guitarist announced his departure from the band; however, Solhounds were dead set on pushing forward.

When it comes to songwriting, the Winnipeg-based foursome is adamant about keeping a collective and collaborative focus at its core – and that idea was only strengthened when vocalist and keyboardist Elise Roller joined their ranks. She boasts an impressive pedigree, fronting Calgary blues rock band Go For The Eyes in addition to now anchoring Solhounds.

Their newly-cemented sound is one rooted in groovy, riff-based rock that reaches back to the best of the '70s, '80s, and '90s and melds it into an innovative and modern sonic collage. From track to track, stereo or stage, it's hard to keep your body from swaying to Solhounds' swagger-soaked rock and roll.

The band is more than eager to hit the road and festival stages, quickly amassing a collection of songs for an upcoming debut LP. With their sights firmly set forward and anchored by a powerful new voice, Solhounds are driven, determined, and ready for their (dog) days in the sun.

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