Finland's The Holy have shared intense new track 'Fanfare III' - tune in now.
The band's debut album 'Daughter' will be released on September 21st, a record some three years in the making.
New song 'Fanfare III' leans back to those formative sessions, a time when the group was in flux, unsure of which direction to take.
Opening with flat out caustic indie rock noize, 'Fanfare III' then comes to a shuddering halt before being reborn as an intense yet nonetheless melodic piece of songwriting.
Frontman Eetu Henrik Iivari explains: "This song is actually one of the first songs we did back in 2014 when the band was originally formed, so it’s kind of an old one but new to the audience today. We have played it sometimes live and it feels really good to release it now. There is so much darkness in it but at the same so much hope and joy. Total modern bliss."
He continues: "It’s kind of a story of me opening my eyes for the evils of the world thru my everyday dreams. Like, if I aim to get into them – I need the world to exist and to be dozen times better for everyone in the future. Humans are so selfish overall and I believe that the urge for change has to be connected into those selfish levels to proceed further. That happened to me and it can sure happen to others as well..."
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The Holy will release their new album 'Daughter' on September 21st.
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