L.A. band Slow Hollows embark on their U.S./ Canadian tour this September, which we can only hope gets them over to the U.K. ASAP, but until then they’ve released their new track Selling Flowers, find out what we think below:
The first new music since 2016’s ‘Romantic’ has arrived from Slow Hollows, the heavily melancholic new single ‘Selling Flowers’ is a heavenly blend of misery and euphoria. L.A.’s finest sad boys follow up their past glories perfectly, with a track that builds through brilliant layering from start to end that see’s the keys over taken by strings and back again, to a ride heavy work of art that invites melody from brass, synth and guitars to create a stunning track that reminds me of a much more youthful, less angry, ‘The National’. The start of a new chapter for Slow Hollows that’s off to its brightest possible start.
Check out their North American tour dates bellow: