|2nd November 2021|
King Tuts Wah Wah Hut
272a St Vincent Street, Glasgow City Centre G2 5RL
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At just 20 years old Holly Humberstone has already gripped audiences across the globe in less than a year’s time, signaling her emergence as one of music’s biggest breakthrough artists and an important voice for her generation.
Blending her dark and moody signature sound with unwaveringly honest lyrics, Holly’s music possesses a universal relatability.
Her songs embrace and translate some of life’s most intense feelings in a way that typical conversations all too often fail to capture, from coming to terms with her sisters’ mental health struggles, to the perpetual cycle of loss and moving on, to the dizzying feelings of falling for someone for the first time and even the impending doom of failed driving tests.
Following the release of her debut single Deep End in early 2020, Humberstone caught the attention of Lewis Capaldi and joined his European tour as a support act.
Her first EP Falling Asleep At The Wheel – recorded with producer Rob Milton (Easy Life) – arrived in August 2020, and the short film On The Run came out as a visual accompaniment to it a few months later.
The Great Escape revealed Humberstone among the first 50 acts in the line-up of its 2021 edition. Although she was set to play her first ever headline shows at London’s Omeara in early 2021, those gigs were rescheduled to summer 2021 with several new dates added as part of her Deep End UK tour.
Merchant Voices is a community choir based in the City Halls in Glasgow's Merchant City, they are currently hosting weekly online rehearsals and would love you to join them!