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Holly Humberstone

Holly Humberstone

Holly Ffion Humberstone (b. December 17, 1999) is a British singer-songwriter who found breakout success when the world was in lockdown and her mind was looking to break free. Based in Grantham, the former violinist kick-started her career in 2019, drawing the attention of a BBC manager, while performing on a local radio show — allowing her to perform at Glastonbury Festival, to which led to Lewis Capaldi inviting her to join him on tour in 2020. Humberstone released the haunting 2020’s “Deep End”, as her debut EP, Falling Asleep at the Wheel, racked up millions of streams on Spotify with the help of the upbeat title track. Later that year, Vevo included her in DSCVR’s Artists to Watch 2021. In the following year, under Polydor and Intercope Records, she teased the single “Haunted House” and made a move that changed her life forever: releasing her second EP, The Walls Are Way Too Thin. It was a door opener for her performance of “Scarlett” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and achieving her first major career milestone, to be awarded BRITs Rising Star 2022. The successful year helped Holly career’s literally take off, being the opening act for both Girl in Red and Olivia Rodrigo’s US tour. Pilling up standalone singles, she released Can You Afford to Lose Me? in October 2022, a compilation album combining both of her EPs' tracks. In all these years, Humberstone built enough to set the ground for her majestic debut album, Paint My Bedroom Black, released in October 2023. The blood-related singles “Antichrist” and “Room Service” wears the album’s theme in their sleeves, painting both introspective and extrospective sides of Holly. Being assisted by producer and co-writer Rob Milton, along with a solid fan base, Holly Humberstone is now more than ready to be thrown in the deep end. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.
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