REVIEW: THE HOLY COAST

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HOLY COAST EP
RELEASED JULY 29TH 2014

The Holy Coast are a 3 piece band based way over in America. Their sound typifies the shoegaze genre (subdued vocals, distorted atmospheric guitars, come you you know this) but with an electronic twist. Actually, the term electronic twist conjures up images of skinny teenagers in flourescent t-shirts playing synth in their mate’s band, let’s say The Holy Coast have managed to absorb a hazey glow of synth tinged grooves into their already fantasically laid back wall of sound.


The Holy Coast EP (out July 29th) showcases their distinctive sound flawlessly leaving you feeling like you’ve been hit by a six track cool breeze of f*** yes during an otherwise whyisitsohotandhumidcanwebuyafridgethaticansitin style of day (you know the sort). Get on it.