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  1. Formed in at the Glasgow School of Art, Holy Esque have spent the past few years building a solid reputation as one of the most exciting bands to emerge from the independent scene. Winning high profile supporters across the board from BBC Radio 1’s Jen Long, Ally McCrae and Huw Stephens as well as NME and The Sunday Times Culture, their.
  2. Nov 03,  · Download on Amazon - The Nutcracker Ballet, Op. No. Waltz of the Flowers (Excerpt) Play on Apple Music - The Nutcracker Ballet, Op. No. Waltz of the Flowers (Excerpt) Download on iTunes - The Nutcracker Ballet, Op. No. Waltz of the Flowers (Excerpt) Play on Spotify - The Nutcracker Ballet, Op. No. Waltz of the Flowers (Excerpt) Play on YouTube - The .
  3. Then I got sent this EP by new skids on the Glasgow block Holy Esque - and it seems that the DiS crew and I aren't so disparate after all. The energetic four-track taster is spiked with sweaty tension, yet is driven by a manic pop mantra that infuses bands such as Future Islands or Modest Mouse, two vastly different bands that ultimately mirror.
  4. Four-piece Holy Esque are the latest in a long line of Scottish musicians to be born out of the world-famous Glasgow School of Art. Formed in , the band have been building a strong fan base and reputation fit for the world-renowned local music scene, previously receiving support from industry greats Jen Long, Ally McCrae and Huw Stephens.
  5. Apr 17,  · Listen to music from Holy Esque like Reverence Falls - Isolation Version, Reverence Falls & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Holy Esque.
  6. CPH by Holy Esque, released 17 April 1. Reverence Falls 2. Perdition 3. CPH (Demo) 4. Ladybird Love.
  7. Apr 17,  · Ladybird Love by Holy Esque, released 17 April Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
  8. Last, but not least, comes ‘Ladybird Love’. ⁣ Like a Holy Esque badge of honour, original fans will recognise this as perhaps their first experience of our sound. Opening our first self-titled E.P and then equipped as onslaught-opener live for years to come, the track is a classic in the band’s arsenal. ⁣.

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