Finland's The Holy have a dark, twisted sound, taking American indie rock influences and retooling them in a suitably Nordic fashion.
Part of a wave of groups upending expectations of the Finnish underground, The Holy's five-piece line up seem ready to produce something special.
New song 'Land Before Time' channels a barbed motorik groove, a barren, black-clad sense of percussive post-punk.
There's beauty in there too, a textured, layered return that promises much from their debut album 'Daughter', set to be unleashed later this year.
Juho Länsiharj directs the visuals, placing The Holy in a night-capped snowscape, lost in a solemn sense of beauty.
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