For those that know the music of Blair Jollands, one of it’s many qualities is the scale, the cinematic approach, the layering of intricacy that make up the whole. And so the chance to see Blair reproduce this in an intimate, stripped back gig is the chance of a lifetime but also holds a little fear. Will the music that feels so beautifully produced, so minutely detailed hold up to the broader brush strokes of something more acoustic?
Holy Holy originally formed to play Latitude Festival in 2013, and have continued to tour around the world. They’re touring the UK in 2019, commencing February 8 in York, and winding up in Cambridge on Sunday, February 24. You can get tickets and further information here.
We’re immensely indebted to Woody Woodmansey for giving us the time to answer a few questions for us.
On Sunday evening 24th September, the finalists for Salute’s quest to unearth the very best in British musical talent were announced on Salute Music Maker’s Facebook page.
Heralding the final stage of the competition to find the best of unsigned UK musical talent, the remaining artists have battled through an initial talent pool of over 2000 entrants to the stage which matters the most – judging by the music fans themselves.