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Holy Holy

Holy Holy

From: Nov 13 2021
NB Check specific dates for this show when buying tickets.

Due to ongoing restrictions in Melbourne, Holy Holy at Forum Melbourne on Saturday 13 November 2021 has been postponed and will no longer be taking place on this date. A new date will be announced very soon.

All tickets will be valid for the new date to be announced. Ticketmaster will be in touch - keep an eye on your inbox!

A note from Holy Holy:

"Today we are announcing the difficult decision that our upcoming album tour will not go ahead as planned and we will need to reschedule.

It's a bummer, but even though things are starting to get back on track and vaccination rates are starting to climb, at this stage, we can't get around the country in a functional way. We are working with our fantastic team and we'll be announcing details of the new run of dates next week so
please hold onto your tickets!

Thank you as always for the ongoing support, and honestly, when these shows finally happen, it's going to be beautiful.

Big Love,
HOLY HOLY"

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Fresh from the announcement of their forthcoming fourth album, Hello My Beautiful World (out Friday 20 August via Wonderlick Recording Company), Holy Holy have announced a national tour, stopping by Forum Melbourne on Saturday 13 November.

Recorded in a series of modest studios and spare rooms in Tasmania and Victoria, Holy Holy’s fourth album, Hello My Beautiful World is perhaps their most fully realised. Built upon a foundation of electronic beats and rolling synths, the record combines lush string arrangements, May-esque guitar riffs and chanted vocals to produce a heady and persuasive mix. The record moves fluidly through a collection of feverish moods and atmospheres, unfolding unpredictably and building to a series of fierce and manic highs. It’s a dense and ambitious record suited to close and repeated listening.

Like many records you will hear throughout 2021, Hello My Beautiful World was largely forged in the midst of Australia's lockdown period.   The pair didn't tackle the album entirely on their own - Japanese Wallpaper added distinctive texture and flair across the album, CLEWS, meanwhile, have their voices featured on the incessant, electric cut The Aftergone, and of course there is the hyperactive, fiery guest verses of Melbourne rapper Queen P on Port Rd. Throw in the flourishes of composer Toby Alexander's string arrangements, plus collaborations with The Presets Kim Moyes, and you're looking at a record that sees the band redefining itself as a powerful force in the Australian songwriting landscape.