Welsh, Bristol-based artist Holly Abraham collates a mix of beautiful songs in her new EP ‘Love Will Come’, delicately touching on subjects of mental health combined with indie, folk and pop melodies. With a gorgeous blend of effortless and ethereal vocals, as well as open and raw lyrics, the EP is perfectly emotive and heartwarming. Holly has already received glowing reports from BBC Introducing in the West as well as accumulating close to 70K streams on Spotify and an impressive 24k on SoundCloud.
Discussing the meaning behind her new EP, Holly says: “Love Will Come (EP) is about holding out for the good. Each song is about a different struggle I’ve had in my own life, so during the writing process I found it was important for me to hold the tension between conveying real, honest emotion in that difficult space, whilst still maintaining hope for what lies ahead. As this is my debut EP, I want to start as I mean to go on as an artist by writing and releasing honest, authentic music. I believe there is power in vulnerability, so my hope for this record is that being real about my own mental health struggles will give permission for others to also feel “not okay”, whilst inspiring all of us to endure the dark seasons and hold out for the gold that is found just on the other side of hardship.”
Building on her established successes, the release of ‘Love Will Come’ is just the start of an exciting year for this authentic artist.