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Garland of Hours

Washington, D.C.

Garland of Hours formed in 2000 when Amy Domingues began performing her keyboard and cello-based songs with a rotating cast of friends, including Brendan Canty, Jerry Busher, Brandon Butler, and Mary Timony. Her self-titled debut appeared not long after, and an appearance in the DC music documentary Burn to Shine. Two subsequent albums "The Soundest Serum" (2007) and "Lucidia" (2012) followed.