John Doherty on 19 May
Published On: Dec 17, 2021
The new project from Little Hours frontman
After fronting Little Hours since 2014, Donegal-born lead-singer John Doherty steps out under his own name for the first time. Little Hours enjoyed success in Europe, the UK and at home in Ireland with a string of radio and streaming tracks including 'Water', 'It's Still Love', 'How Could I Love You?' and 'Dream, Girl'. The debut album from Little Hours - 'Now The Lights Have Changed' - was released in 2019. Having kept busy during lockdown with writing a new body of work, John Doherty decided to retire the Little Hours name at the close of 2021. John adds: "It feels like the perfect time to remove any barriers between me and my songs. I believe that it will allow me to be more honest, helping others to connect with my music more easily." His brand new tracks, 'Just For The Record' and 'What If It Didn't Matter?' are available on Spotify and Apple Music now.