Early Hours is Eleanor McEvoy's fifth studio album. The style of this album differs from her previous work with its collection of songs incorporating many musical styles including folk, jazz, and blues. The album features McEvoy on vocals, guitar and fiddle. Album co-producer Brian Connor accompanies her on piano, Hammond, and a variety of keyboards. Also featured on the album are drummer/percussionist, Liam Bradley, Calum McColl on guitar, bassist is Nicky Scott, and Lindley Hamilton on trumpet. Early Hours was the first album to use TiMax (unique audio imaging) technology, mixed in 5.1 surround sound onto multi-channel super audio compact disc Super Audio Compact Disc (SACD).