Introducing Holly Humberstone and her new video - Deep End

It's always exciting to introduce new talent and we're especially happy to be sharing the debut video from Holly Humberstone - the gorgeous 'Deep End'.

Talking about the track Holly said "This song means a lot to me and it’s quite a personal one. One of my sisters was going through a difficult time and I was struggling to know how best to help. This song is my way of telling her that I’m always here. It feels like a lot of people are going through something similar or suffering themselves and don’t have an outlet to express it. It’s a difficult conversation but really important to let those around you know that you care for them and will always stand by them. 

The video came from an idea that we have had for a while. We kept imagining this really dark image of me stood dripping wet in the cold, staring at the camera and playing my electric guitar. We then thought it would be funny & relevant to reveal my sisters holding hoses, spraying me down. My sisters are all so important to this song."

Holly has already made quite a splash having performed at Glastonbury Festival in 2019 and her earlier demo, 'Hit & Run' has even been played on Radio 1. Not only that she has played at some of our favourite festivals including Barn on the Farm, and 2Q Festival.

Next month, Holly is joining Lewis Capaldi providing support on his European tour kicking off on 4th February and taking in the following dates:

  • 4/02/20 - Cologne - Palladium
  • 05/02/20 - Zurich - Halle 622
  • 07/02/20 - Frankfurt - Jahrhunderthalle
  • 08/02/20 - Munich - Zentih
  • 09/02/20 - Berlin - Verti Music Hall
  • 11/02/20 - Brussels - Forest National 
  • 12/02/20 - Paris - L'Olympia 
  • 13/02/20 - Amsterdam - AFAS Live

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