Holy Holy release bold new single 'Faces', announce national tour

An experimental mini-epic. 

Holy Holy have returned from studio hibernation with a brand new track, 'Faces'. The single finds them taking a bold left turn, trading guitars for synths and built around a cascading vocal loop. What's more, the track features contributions from Ainslie Wills, Alli Barter, and Japanese Wallpaper. 

“It’s a snapshot of what it is to be alive at the moment, all these different lives interacting,” says frontman Tim Caroll of the track's origin. “I was a social worker, I used to work in refugee settlement. It continually shocks me that these people, including children, are still in indefinite detention. When they started separating families at the US/Mexican border, and there was a public outcry, what we’re doing in this country is as bad as that.”

'Faces' marks the first taste of a forthcoming album, their first since 2017's critically acclaimed Paint

Holy Holy 2018 Australian Tour 

Thursday 15 November | Cambridge Hotel, Newcastle NSW
Friday 16 November | The Beery, Terrigal NSW
Saturday 17 November | The Metro, Sydney NSW
Thursday 22 November | Solbar, Gold Coast, QLD
Friday 23 November | Miami Marketta, Sunshine Coast QLD
Saturday 24 November | The Triffid, Brisbane QLD
Thursday 29 November | Mojo's, Fremantle WA 
Friday 30 November | The Rosemount Hotel, Perth WA 
Saturday 1 December I Yalls Summer Fest, Yallingup, WA  
Thursday 06 December | The Gov, Adelaide SA  
Friday 07 December | 170 Russell, Melbourne VIC

Tour and ticket details here