Hiding Places is an indie folk-rock band from Asheville, NC and Athens, GA. The outfit is composed of Audrey Keelin Walsh, Nicholas Byrne, Henry Cutting and Anthony Cozzrelli, who all share writing and instrumentation responsibilities.

Reflection, inquiry, and enthusiasm sits at the heart of the group; Hiding Places represents growth. The four-piece write of gratitude, presence, childhood, groundedness, and transformation in their songs.

Sonic influences range from fresh sounds like Fleet Foxes or Big Thief to gen-x folk pop and slowcore classics like Arthur Russell, Elliott Smith, The Sundays, Mazzy Star, Sun Kil Moon, or Acetone.

During 2020 and 2021, the four-piece wrote and recorded their debut album, All at Once, a record described as a “scrapbook of fleeting adolescence workshopped into a decisive and cohesive indie folk masterpiece full of textured guitar and vulnerable confessions.” The record was recorded both remotely and in-person inside of an old commissary in Smithonia, GA.

Our album All At Once is set to release in Fall of 2021. The first single, “Homework” was released on July 30 on all streaming platforms.