Holy Holy have revealed their upcoming album When The Storms Would Come will be released on July 17. The album promises to blend some of their greatest nostalgic influences such as Bruce Springsteen, Pink Floyd and Dire Straits interwoven with contemporary flavours – already tried and tested on their Europe tour.
“There’s a real sort of dynamism and excitement and ability to build when we’re playing in a live setting,” Carroll said. “So, through being on the road and jamming in the studio, we have happened upon certain energies that really work.”
Most excitingly, they have hinted that their sound is going to move away from brooding and lean towards a more upbeat style – as is demonstrated in their latest single You Cannot Call For Love Like A Dog which is whipped up with a little more intensity with the help of some ravenous guitar solos.
We spoke to Holy Holy last year after they’d started making traction with gorgeous single History, and they’ve come a long way since then – their sound has started developing into something identifiable and very powerful, so we’re pretty damn keen to hear the full album.
PS: HH also shared some our their favourite tunes with us. Read that right here.
Like all good artists, they also made a pretty sweet album trailer as well to get the excitement flowing:
It can be pre-ordered here on iTunes!