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HOLY HOLY: PUSHING THE BOUNDARIES ON 'CELLOPHANE'

Watch our interview with Holy Holy below!


ARIA Double Platinum group, Holy Holy have unveiled their hotly-anticipated fifth studio album, Cellophane. We caught up with the duo to unpack the album, their collaborative approach to creating the body of work, the evolution of their sound and so much more!


Pushing the boundaries of their established sonic palette, the duos foray into dance-fuelled soundscapes breaths a new life into their prolific and engaging songwriting. Dynamic and textural soundscapes unfurl across the body of work, effortless weaving together threads of pop, dance, drum and bass and 80's synth to create nuanced moments that captures the scope of their artistry.



Taking a collaborative approach, a number of tracks across the album enlist artists from around the globe. Tapping Medhanit, Tasman Keith, Darcie Haven, Kwame, Tia Carys Sumner and Many Voices Speak, each collaboration allows the space for the featured artist to step in Holy Holy's world, whilst retaining their individual artistry. Tim Carroll's layered vocals morph to perfectly accompany their collaborators, resulting in a cohesive marriage of voices. It's hard to choose a standout track among a collection of songs that is so dynamic, resulting in each song inciting an energetic rush and marking Cellophane as one of the best Australian albums of 2023.


To celebrate the release, Holy Holy will embark on an intimate run of album release events across the country. Kicking off in Hobart tonight, the duo will sit down to unpack the album and host an exclusive audience-led Q&A, as well as a meet and greet vinyl/CD signing. Over the weekend they will travel to Launceston and Brisbane, before heading to Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide next week. Tickets are on sale now. The duo have shared a visual for their collaboration with Keith, This Time.


Watch our interview with Holy Holy above!



Cellophane is out now!



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