Are you a fan of the brilliant Black Stone Cherry? Or perhaps you like a bit of Heaven’s Basement? Either way, you are bound to love Hollowstar!
Made up of Joe Bonson on vocals and bass, Phil Haines and Tom Collett rocking out on the guitars and Jack Bonson on the drums. Hollowstar formed back in 2015 and since then they have gained the attention of BBC Introducing who provide regular airplay and they have shared stages with stars such as Chantel McGregor and Toseland!
The EP opens with ‘Lay Down’, a fantastic riff rocking, catchy and very danceable tune for the audience. The lead single ‘Holding It Together’ is up next and really shows off Joe Bonson’s vocals. The fifth track on the listing is ‘Future City’ which will get crowds singing in unison filling up the stadiums that Hollowstar are sure to rock!
Having recently released the single ‘Holding It Together’ off their brand-new debut EP ‘Some Things Matter’ the band are super excited to say,“We are buzzing to release our debut EP ‘Some Things Matter’. We have been working on making music that we love and using all of our influences to make a heavy punchy rock sound. What we have created is something we can’t wait to share with you.” It is available now to buy and stream from iTunes and Spotify. Along with this stunning release Hollowstar are on their way to a venue near you with an extensive tour across the UK including Leicester, St. Ives and London.
- Lay Down
- Holding It Together
- Feel The Burn
- New Age Lullaby
- Future City
9th June – Alleycat Bar, Denmark Street, London
10th June – Homegrown Music Festival, Bury St. Edmunds
14th June – Robin 2, Wolverhampton
15th June – Portland Arms, Cambridge
17th June – Club 85, Hitchin
18th June – MappFest, Malvern.
23rd June – Gardeners Arms, Ipswich
24th June – Pi Bar, Leicester
30th June – Mama Liz Voodoo Lounge, Stamford
1st July – Needingworth music festival
8th July – Big Weekend, Cambridge
9th July – St Ives Festival
15th July – Parsons Drove Classic and custom car show
4th August – Fort Fest, Bedfordshire, (Main stage)
5th August – Brickmakers, Norwich (w/ New Device)
23rd September – Subterranean Festival, Cambridge
Download and Stream ‘Some Things Matter’