Brighton’s Holler Return With New Single ‘Doubt’

A searing piece of pop-edged indie...

Brighton four-piece Holler excel on new single ‘Doubt’.

The group have made a name for themselves with their sizzling live shows, blending ethereal shoegaze aspects with punchy, almost grunge-leaning guitars. At the centre of it all, is great songwriting – Holler arrive packed with infectious hooks and incredible melodies, each pushed far into the red.

Pivoting between beauty and danger, new single ‘Doubt’ is out now, and it continues their rise. Fresh from touring with the likes of Swim School, Corella, Junodream, Coach Party, and Andrew Cushin, the band’s new single taps into this energy, while taking them someplace else.

Out now, it’s a fantastic return, packing their potential down into one knockout songs. Lyrically, ‘Doubt’ finds Holler going a bit deeper – it’s about connection, and urging a close friend to drop their guard, and allowing themselves to be vulnerable.

Holler comment…

“‘DOUBT’ was written about a close friend of mine, and their struggles around entering a new relationship, due to feeling trapped within their own thoughts, worries, and doubts. It can be hard to allow yourself to be fully vulnerable with someone, until you feel that you share complete trust with one another. This track tells that story and expresses my own feelings and advice.”

Tune in now.

Photo Credit: Grace Equi

-
Join the Clash mailing list for up to the minute music, fashion and film news.