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NJ/NY | MARCH 25, 2017 - Fresh to the scene but far from inexperienced, dark pop artist HOLDN is on the brink of releasing her debut single, “BURN,” out 3/31/17. An alternative rock veteran, HOLDN is no stranger to stepping on to the stage and giving her audiences a place to feel safe in being who they are and giving them an electric, interactive performance that keeps her fans coming back for more. Although mysterious, HOLDN is also raw and candid, seamlessly providing listeners with in depth synth-pop music. Different, yet formulaic, HOLDN displays her rawest form through her upcoming single “BURN” and it’s accompanying music video. About her career, HOLDN states:

“I’ve been kicked when I’m down over and over again more than I’d like to admit while trying to create and make my first step back into music. This writing process allowed me to channel all of the inspiration I’ve gained from being suppressed, silenced, talked down to, denied, and disrespected. This is my safe place within an unsafe place where everyone is looking to take what they can from you and run away with it, but I hope to provide an unconditional safe place for others to turn to within my music.”

New York City’s own self-proclaimed ‘rhythmic disciple’, HOLDN has made quite the arrival upon her first step into pop music with her debut single, ‘BURN’. She brings a full plate of emotion and honesty with a sharp-toothed side of unapologetic wit to the pop table, while graciously luring you in with her mysterious aesthetic and soulful, yet haunting, melodies. Hailing from the alt-rock world, she has previously stepped into the spotlight at festivals such as Vans Warped Tour & Skate and Surf Festival and onto stages across the country including Webster Hall, Starland Ballroom, and many more. She is tasteful, yet daring; but also shockingly enough, HOLDN is an ‘alter ego’ who just so happens to be herself in its most revealing form. Her debut single “BURN” will be available 3/31/17.


Twitter/Instagram: @sheisHOLDN

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