The song is taken from their upcoming album 'Moments', out October 18th
Indie folk duo Hollow Coves have shared a second track, ‘Borderlines’, from their upcoming full-length debut album ‘Moments’, out October 18th. The song is another reflective track that builds towards an upbeat and uplifting chant inspiring the listener break past their boundaries and make life an adventure.
‘Borderlines’ follows the release of lead track 'When We Were Young', of which Billboard.comsaid, “The Brisbane duo reflect on little nostalgic moments, back by stunning harmonies and acoustic guitars and piano.”
Produced by Chris Bond (Ben Howard, Justin Nozuka, Xavier Rudd) and recorded in the countryside in the south of England, the 11 songs that make up ‘Moments’ were inspired by reflecting on a variety of moments and unforgettable shared experiences in their lives, and the lives of those around them, over the past three years. The album follows their debut EP ‘Wanderlust’ (2017), featuring standout track ‘The Woods’, which garnered over 40 million streams on Spotify alone, while two of the other songs, ‘Coastline’ and ‘Home’, each surpassed 30 million Spotify streams.
A dynamic indie folk group brimming with their passion for travel and observing different shades of the world, Hollow Coves is the project of Ryan Henderson and Matt Carins. After meeting in 2013 through mutual friends and a shared love of acoustic music, the boys began writing together with no real expectations for where it might lead. Five years later, Ryan and Matt’s memories from their travels across all corners of the globe have led to a range of new music influenced by their journeys. Blending an earthy folk sound, acoustic melodies & vocal harmonies; Matt and Ryan take turns delivering lyrics of reflection, frequently harmonizing as their voices blend together and complement each other.
Hollow Coves will be touring extensively through Europe in support of their upcoming album ‘Moments’: