Rising star Hollie Carmen has just revealed her official music video for latest single, Plan B. The video was directed by Hedy Mowinckel, and shot in London’s Whitechapel.

Rising star Hollie Carmen released her EP Plan B via AWAL, last month. In celebration of this, she played a sold out show at the Waiting RoomStoke Newington the day before release. Of the release Hollie has said,

“Plan B EP is a snippet of my diary; falling in and out of love, being strong enough to leave, knowing I don’t need someone else to make me happy and most importantly accepting myself for who I am. “

Listen to the Plan B EP here.

The EP consists of title track and latest single Plan B, which she worked on with Oscar Scheller who has collaborated with the likes of Lily Allen, Mabel and Mae Muller amongst others. It has gained support from tastemakers across the board, and no doubt remaining tracks Never Thought I’d Be That Girl, The Way ft. Aaron Unknown and This Song will have the same effect.

Last year, Hollie released her tracks ‘Butterflies‘ and ‘Warrior Love‘, and received support from tastemakers such as Clash Magazine and The Line Of Best Fit. With more new music and live shows around the corner for Hollie, it’s an exciting time and all hands on deck for the young Londoner.

Hollie Carmen is a London born and raised singer/songwriter. Growing up, Hollie spent her teenage years listening to the likes of Prince, Ray Charles, Erykah Badu, and Lauryn Hill with more recent inspiration taken from artists such as Dua Lipa, Jorja Smith, Alessia Cara, Frank Ocean, and Miguel.

Follow Hollie Carmen online on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Hollie Carmen - Plan B

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