Welsh quartet Holding Absence have returned with a new single – ‘A Crooked Melody’.
The track is another enthralling offering from the four-piece, blending their distinctive, soaring catchiness with poignant lyricism.
It’s the first slice of new material since last year’s ‘The Lost & The Longing’ split EP with Alpha Wolf.
What is ‘A Crooked Melody’ about?
Commenting on the track, Holding Absence vocalist Lucas Woodland said “A Crooked Melody is simply a song about denial. It’s the lie we tell ourselves every night to help us sleep, but deep down, we know the truth. However, the big difference between a crooked melody and a lie is that it’s sweet, enchanting and easier to swallow.”
Watch the video for ‘A Crooked Melody’
Where is Holding Absence playing in the UK this summer?
At present, Holding Absence are set to kick off an extensive North American tour supporting The Plot In You alongside Thornhill and Banks Arcade.
However, they will be back in the UK this summer as they’re set to appear at the Slam Dunk Festival in May, and then the 2000trees Festival in July.
27th Slam Dunk Festival South, Hatfield
28th Slam Dunk Festival North, Leeds
5th-8th 2000 Trees Festival, Cheltenham