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Tiny Monster & Select Music present presents

Holy Holy

  • Thu 16th Apr 2020, 7:30 PM
  • 2-6 Vernon St, Coffs Harbour NSW 2450
  • Book Tickets

Following on from legendary performances at 

Falls Festival

this summer and 

two places in the triple j hottest 100

 (

Maybe You Know #61 

and 

Teach Me About Dying #50

), 

HOLY HOLY

 today announces a 

regional tour of Australia this April.

It’s been a landmark six months for the band since the August release of their third critically acclaimed album 

My Own Pool of Light 

via 

Wonderlick Recordings

. The album landed the coveted 

triple j feature album,

 was voted 

#5 in the best albums of 2019 by triple j listeners

 and received nominations for 

triple j album of the year

and 

‘Best Rock Album’

at the 

2019 ARIA Awards.

 

Featuring 

current single

Sandra

and lead singles 

Maybe You KnowTeach Me About Dying

 and 

Faces

,

My Own Pool of Light

is an undiluted representation of HOLY HOLY’s vision, from the songwriting to the recording process and, ultimately, their decision to self-produce. It’s an album that finds guitarist Oscar Dawson and vocalist Timothy Carroll incorporating new sounds and fresh ideas. In the process they redefine exactly what kind of band they are without sacrificing the key elements that have made them one of Australia’s most popular acts.


My Own Pool of Light

 succeeds HOLY HOLY’s 2017 sophomore record 

Paint

which debuted at 

#7 on the ARIA album chart

 and featured breakout single 

True Lovers.

The track scored

#40 on the triple j hottest 100

 and is now 

certified platinum.

 

HOLY HOLY is set to embark on a small run of regional dates before they return to the studio to start work on their fourth album. They will also appear at 

Horizon

at 

ANUSA in Canberra

on 21 February

alongside 

Cub Sport;

 

Right Now Music Festival

in 

Hobart

on 4 April

alongside 

Hilltop Hoods

, and 

Bad Friday

in Sydney alongside 

Pond

on 10 April.