Produced remotely during lockdown, Holloway Road announce the project features next single ‘Senseless’ (out Aug 7) and is available to pre-save now
Following the success of their latest single ‘Even If‘, playlisted across numerous streaming platforms and radio stations worldwide, independent UK duo Holloway Road enlisted the help of controversial Tiger King star Carole Baskin over the weekend to announce their brand new project Twenty Twenty, produced entirely during lockdown, with the pair sharing ideas and recording remotely while isolating in separate houses. The three-song EP will be available to stream/download on October 2nd (pre-save here), with the first new track ‘Senseless’ coming August 7th.
The emerging duo described as “the most exciting live act in the UK” (Lyric Mag) didn’t earn that reputation by accident. Having each spent years in punk rock bands, Jack & Rob – better known as Holloway Road – bring that same mentality and independent mindset to their work as one of the most talked-about new international artists in the country scene, unafraid to put in the mileage and take their music to wherever fans are. Jack Cooper, one of the genre’s most distinctive lead vocalists, is balanced by Rob Gulston’s harmonies and unmatched pop-infused production skills, to create the unique sound so familiar to the fans they’ve gained and artists they’ve collaborated with over the last few years.
Having been selected as one of the first British featured artists on Bauer Media’s 24/7 station Country Hits Radio, the band have also enjoyed long-term support from other key radio stations such as Chris Country, Downtown Country and BBC Radio across the UK, as well as WSM-AM and other stations in the USA.
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