Hibou, the dream-pop band of Seattle’s Peter Michel – will embark on their first ever headlining tour next month, followed by a few Pacific…Read More
Hibou, the Seattle-based project of 21-year-old Peter Michel, has signed to Barsuk Records and the label will be releasing band’s self-titled debut album on September 18.
Michel got his start in the noted San Francisco indie band Craft Spells as its drummer while still in high school after ditching the traditional brick and mortar institution for an online education. He ended up spending the better part of a year touring throughout the U.S. and Europe, playing shows at night while finishing his studies during the day. He was 18 when he realized he needed to start focusing more attention on his own songs. Peter returned to Seattle and began to experiment with soundscapes and varying musical genres, all of which eventually led to the release of Dunes, his first recordings as Hibou. The EP was recorded in the walk-in closet of his apartment. Peter wrote the music, played every instrument, mixed, and self-released the EP. He then set upon self-booking a west coast tour with a loose band he assembled.
To commemorate his current tour with Big Freedia, Peter Michel of Hibou crafted a remix of the bounce queen’s “Excuse,” reimagining the original club…Read More
Ahead of self-titled debut album, Hibou is happy to share album track “Eleanor.” The single is now streaming now, the album is being released…Read More
Peter Michel, who records under the name Hibou, has shared a live-performance video of his song “Above Us.” The track is taken from his…Read More
Hibou, the Seattle-based project of 21-year-old Peter Michel, has signed to Barsuk Records and the label will be releasing, his band’s self-titled debut album…Read More