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Artist IconBlues Pills
Artist Icon Holy Moly!
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Blues Pills returned to public view with late-winter single "Proud Woman," penned by powerhouse vocalist Elin Larsson as a kick-off to their third studio album, Holy Moly! Issued to coincide with International Women's Day, it's an anthem of empowerment delivered with unruly fervor and fire-breathing energy. More rootsy than anything on 2016's neo-psych breakthrough Lady in Gold, the track signified a back-to-basics approach, one that Blues Pills engages through most of these 11 tracks. When guitarist Dorian Sorriaux amiably left the band in 2018, founder/bassist Zack Anderson moved over into his role and it made sense to reconsider their roots. They hired bassist André Kvarnström as drummer Kristoffer Schander's rhythm section partner. Holy Moly! was cut at the band's countryside recording studio in Närke, Sweden with Larsson, Anderson, and Kvarnström all co-producing. The set was mixed by veteran engineer Andrew Scheps.
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Blues Pills returned to public view with late-winter single "Proud Woman," penned by powerhouse vocalist Elin Larsson as a kick-off to their third studio album, Holy Moly! Issued to coincide with International Women's Day, it's an anthem of empowerment delivered with unruly fervor and fire-breathing energy. More rootsy than anything on 2016's neo-psych breakthrough Lady in Gold, the track signified a back-to-basics approach, one that Blues Pills engages through most of these 11 tracks. When guitarist Dorian Sorriaux amiably left the band in 2018, founder/bassist Zack Anderson moved over into his role and it made sense to reconsider their roots. They hired bassist André Kvarnström as drummer Kristoffer Schander's rhythm section partner. Holy Moly! was cut at the band's countryside recording studio in Närke, Sweden with Larsson, Anderson, and Kvarnström all co-producing. The set was mixed by veteran engineer Andrew Scheps.


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