Award winning singer songwriter Holly Humberstone has released her latest project with her Work In Progress EP. “I am work in progress” says Holly, collecting four songs from uncut demos that represent older versions of herself “mixed up with present versions of me”. Having released her critically acclaimed top 5 debut album Paint My Bedroom Black in October last year, Holly continuously bares her soul with her open and instinctive songwriting and storytelling. The Work In Progress EP is a stream of consciousness for fans, the first song “Dive” previewed with her Discord community online was the EP’s first single.

Written in 2022 with long-time collaborator Rob Milton and songwriter Ben Leftwich, Work In Progress includes a new collaboration with Flyte’s Will Taylor and producer Andrew Sarlo (Big Thief, Dijon, Bon Iver). Having also collaborated with US girl band MUNA for a reimagined version of “Into You Room” and dv4d on “Superbloodmoon”, this year spells a time of collaboration for Holly, with more to come.

The BRIT and IVOR NOVELLO nominated singer and songwriter has just finished her biggest UK and European tour to date this Spring, headlining 20 venues including The Albert Hall in Manchester on 8 March and London’s Eventim Apollo on 13 March.  This followed the release of her critically acclaimed debut album, Paint My Bedroom Black, which represents Holly’s coming of age story; growing from an unknown singer at her parent’s piano to one of the most exciting alternative pop stars of her generation. The dark and otherworldly space Holly has built and invited fans into, both sonically and visually, has been lucid and visceral and offers a lens into her chaotic thoughts and deep feelings.

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