In 2015 the band’s self-titled sophomore album Quiet Hollers introduced them to a much broader audience, drawing praise both for the breadth of its influences and for Wilde’s lyricism. The album brought the band to Europe, selling out in small clubs across the continent. Breakout singles found their way onto TV, curated playlists, and debuted at #9 on the Indie FMQB chart.
In 2017, Quiet Hollers signed with the Louisville label SonaBLAST! for their third album, Amen Breaks, which draws parallels between the modern landscape and that of the 1970s– another decade marred by division, political corruption, and terrorist bombs. Their ever-shifting palate makes use of orchestral strings and brass, vintage drum-machines and samples (including the eponymous "Amen break", the most sampled piece of music in history). Amen Breaks explores themes of spirituality, toxic masculinity, and mental illness. The band continues to tour.