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Holy Holy Reveal New Track ‘Darwinism’ Released 5th August

HOLY HOLY are about to release Darwinism, the first single from their much anticipated sophomore album. Debut ‘When The Storms Would Come’, released in July 2015, debuted at #11 on the ARIA chart & hit the top 10 on iTunes. With 6 songs added to rotation on national broadcaster triple j, HOLY HOLY have sold out tours across the country. They have toured nationally with Vance Joy, The Preatures and Boy & Bear; played coveted spots on national festivals including Splendour In The Grass and Falls Festival; headlined BIGSOUND; received stunning reviews for both their album & their live show; and won the 2015 APRA ‘PDA’. The band have also toured through UK & Europe, selling out London shows and playing festivals such as Dot To Dot, Liverpool Music Week, Primavera Festival (Barcelona), and London Calling (Amsterdam). Europe has welcomed them warmly, with airplay in the UK, The Netherlands, Germany. The band have a third UK/EU tour slated for September/October 2016. Listen here: https://soundcloud.com/holy-holy/darwinism

UK/EU AUTUMN TOUR 

Amsterdam – Paradiso – Wed 21 Sept

Nijmegen – Merleyn – Thur 22 Sept

Hamburg – Reeperbahn Festival – Sat 24 Sept

London – Electrowerkz – Tue 27 Sept

Leeds – Oporto – Wed 28 Sept

Paris – Supersonic Club – Sat 1 Sept

Rotterdam – Rotown – Sun 2 Sept

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