Holy Holy bring a dope drop of dance to our Friday with ‘Cellophane’

Holy Holy bring it! Wrap your ears around this sonic delight of an album drop!

Never has straying from your original roots sounded so good. In their latest musical endeavour, Holy Holy takes a fearless leap into uncharted sonic realms. The album, aptly titled ‘Cellophane’, sees the band shedding their inhibitions and venturing into unexplored territories of sound.

One standout feature of ‘Cellophane’ is the impressive array of cross-genre collaborations, boasting an eclectic lineup of musical talents. Among them are notable Australian artists Tasman Keith, Sumner, Kwame, Medhanit, Bag Raiders, and Darcie Haven, alongside international contributors Many Voices Speak from Sweden and UK sensation Tia Carys.

A visual feast accompanies the album’s launch, courtesy of the music video for the lead single ‘This Time’ – above – featuring the dynamic Tasman Keith – and some very smooth choreography.

Frontman Tim Carroll had this to say about Tasman Keith’s involvement: “[Tasman’s] one of those triple-threat people. When we started chatting with him, I remember being worried he might find some of these works a bit too pop for his taste, and he was like ‘Nah – I f— with that shit’. Turns out he’s a huge pop music guy… so it was fun to see him using that part of his talent on this track.”

To mark the release of ‘Cellophane’, Holy Holy has planned a series of six special and intimate events throughout the country. Notably, several of these events have already drawn eager audiences, underscoring the band’s enduring popularity and the anticipation surrounding this bold new musical chapter.

Catch Holy Holy on tour – starting tonight:


Friday 22 September – Altar, Hobart

Saturday 23 September – The Royal Oak, Launceston

Sunday 24 September – The Triffid Beer Garden, Brisbane

Monday 25 September – The Lansdowne, Syndey

Tuesday 26 September – Howler, Melbourne

Wednesday 27 September – Lion Arts Factory, Adelaide