Toronto’s electronica outfit, Holy Fuck released a dope new single off their January 2020 album Deleter called Free Gloss that features Pond’s Nicholas Albrook. Not unlike their other songs from 2016’s Congrats this song is hypnotic and dives into a pool of krautrock and deep house. We’ll leave the video down below , we would love to hear your thoughts
In addition to the new single Holy Fuck announced a bunch of tour dates for 2020 so you can get your Electronica fix sooooon!
HOLY FUCK TOUR 2020
03/31 – Seattle, WA @ Neumos
04/01 – Vancouver, BC @ Fortune Sound Club
04/03 – Calgary, AB @ Broken City
04/04 – Saskatoon, SK @ Amigo’s Cantina
04/06 – St. Paul, MN @ Turf Club
04/07 – Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall
04/24 – Antwerp, BE @ Trix
04/25 – Luxembourg, LU @ Out of the Crowd Festival
04/27 – Birmingham, UK @ The Hare & Hounds
04/28 – Brighton, UK @ Chalk
04/29 – Cardiff, UK @ Clwb Ifor Bach
04/30 – Manchester, UK @ Yes
05/03 – Glasgow, UK @ Stag & Dagger Festival
05/05 – Barcelona, ES @ Sala Upload
05/06 – Oviedo, ES @ La Lata de Zinc
05/07 – Vigo, ES @ Radar Estudios
05/09 – Valencia, ES @ La Pergola
05/23 – London, UK @ All Points East
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Sarah Nichols lives and writes in Connecticut, and is the author of eight chapbooks, including She May Be a Saint (Porkbelly Press, 2019) and This is Not a Redemption Story (Dancing Girl Press, 2018.) Her work is forthcoming in the Twin Peaks poetry anthology, These Poems are Not What They Seem (Apep Publications, 2020) and her poems and essays have also appeared in Drunk Monkeys and Five:2:One Magazine.
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