Turning up the heat.
“Damn you’re sexy. Like, stupidly sexy.”
“You were and still are, a masterpiece”
Holy moly, another Holy Holy tour.
“Life can be so mundane and at the same time so full of drama but these are the moments that will define your life so completely”
“Music can move you emotionally before you even know what the song is about..For me, when I see a painting I admire I am moved to this same place”
Featuring a music video with an original artwork by James Drinkwater based on the song.
A stunning taste of their upcoming Aus tour
“What we’re coming up with in the studio feels really good.”
And they even have some surprises up their sleeves!
They’re three songs into the follow-up to their 2015 debut.
Mountain Sounds Festival was bright, bold and magical.
With a whole host of local talent, the festival held in the shade of one of our biggest faux fruits looks to be living up to its namesake.
Liam Gallagher’s fave new band are hitting the road.
Liam Gallagher checked out Aussie band Holy Holy at their sold-out London band and was apparently smitten with them.
The Australian Performing Rights Association (APRA) has announced the 35 local acts which have been named as finalists for this year’s Professional Development Awards (PDAs), which each carry a share of $120,000 in cash prizes. Artists among this year’s APRA PDAs finalists are Montaigne (real name Jessica Cerro), Shepparton rapper Briggs, Ngaiire, Adam Eckersley and
Melbourne’s eighth annual Face The Music conference has announced a string of new speakers for 2015, including Client Liaison‘s Harvey Miller & Monte Morgan (pictured), Aussie music legend Archie Roach and members of Alpine and Holy Holy as well as a stack of other industry figures. Face The Music’s latest speaker additions also include Fred
After a sell-out event in February, Mountain Sounds Festival is returning in 2016, and has just dropped its first lineup, which includes The Strokes’ guitarist Albert Hammond Jr., Melbourne indie outfit Alpine, dance trio Art vs Science and the event’s headliners, The Jezabels. Other acts announced on Mountain Sounds’ first 2016 lineup include English electronic