Hollows drop new cut "Apologise" from their upcoming EP

The Manchester quartet, Hollows, have recently released their new single "Apologise", with this new cut is the second track to be released in 2020, following on from their single "Painkiller".

"Apologise" has some catchy riffs, psychedelic nods especially leading up to the chorus, distinctive vocals and plenty of percussion - enough to shake a stick at. When the track breaks down you're treated with something that sounds like an early Radiohead track. It's a big fan favourite and from what we can hear I can see why. 

The Manchester based foursome's newest track is lifted off their up-coming EP "Dour, Yet Charming"
and gives fans a taste of what is to come from the Alt-Rock outfit. The band originally teased the track live during their first UK tour back in 2019 - the tour saw them take in Doncaster, Liverpool, Birmingham and Brighton with the EP being recorded shorty after.

With several tracks currently out in the world there is a trend happening with Hollows, their tunes are getting bigger with each release, and if "Apologise" is a teaser of what's on the horizon you definitely would want to be following them to keep up to date with the releases when they drop.

The band have a loyal following in and around their area and are looking to break out from their scene, "Apologise" is the first step in that - and what a step! Be sure to follow them on the socials as the next year or so is going to be fun for you (and especially the band) as it sounds like they're onto something much bigger.