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NOW NOW JUST NOW

IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE RELEASE OF

'HOLLOW MOUNTAIN'
by HOLOGRAPH

Photograph © Mark Reitz

The second single from newcomers Holograph is a more meditative affair. The song finds Warren Fisher teasing out a metaphor over the duration of the song as it builds toward its crescendo.

There will also be a one shot video being released for this track. Filmed by Mark Reitz it will involve shadowy figures, barren landscapes, and an unavoidable sense of dread and foreboding. More details on that video premier soon. 

 

Listen to ‘Hollow Mountain’ here:

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MORE ABOUT HOLOGRAPH

Warren Fisher began Holograph with a single song back in 2015. Little did Fisher know that 6 years later this project would eventually lead to the creation of a fully realised band, now consisting of Ines Soutschka (Julia Robert), Calvin Siderfin (Dangerfields) & Desmond Kannameyer (Runway Nuns).

Through the troubling time of lockdown in 2020, Fisher created over 20 new tracks with the help of his housemates and homies Kannemeyer and Soutschka. The three finished song after song, defying booze bans and curfews to write a collection of demos.

After a late night of songwriting, toward the end of 2020, with lockdown barely a fading shadow, Fisher and Kannemeyer called up Siderfin to ask him to join. Without hesitation he said yes. The band hit the rehearsal rooms, got tight and then headed into the studio to produce their first two singles “From Within” and “Hollow Mountain”.

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Photographs by Mark Reitz

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