|March 18, 2022 – Nashville, TN – Today, Nashville based pop/rock band, Nox Holloway share their brand new song, Draw The Line. Listen to Draw the Line now HERE.
About the song, the band says, Draw The Line is an ode to the ones that we can never seem to leave out of our lives, regardless of whether or not its in our best interest. We wanted the song to feel upbeat and jumpy, but the lyrics to be read as a perpetual struggle between what we desire and whats good for us."
Last year, the duo released their debut EP, If Only The World Didnt Spin So Much. The debut was incredibly well received, earning rave reviews from the likes of Rolling Stone Australiaand Wonderlandwho hailed them a fresh alt-pop duo wanting to bring people into their world of music. The EP has garnered over 1 million streams since its release with tracks featured on coveted playlists such as New Music Friday, Fresh Finds, Fresh & Chill and New Noise. The duo was also featured on Spins on MTVU TV.
Recorded remotely from their home studios in Clemson University in South Carolina, London during a study abroad semester, and Nashville, Nox Holloway created their EP using passed voice notes and a mountain of text messages to shape their first handful of songs. This collection of songs is a world of stories that can’t fully be told without the musicianship that brings the lyrics to life.
Formed by two college friends, Bryce Vanhook and Parker Mathews, during their senior year, the duo blend their musical talents and backgrounds. Although their creative process largely took place while they were in different physical places, Nox Holloway found their musical connection was a filling of the gaps.
Parker Mathews is a producer whose musical experience started with playing drums and, like any true percussionist, evolved into pianos and keys with a range spanning 10 instruments. Bryce Vanhook is a songwriter, lyricist, and vocalist who is as likely to find inspiration strumming his ukulele, as he is in the flow of hip hop by his idols. They found that together they had all the skills they needed to write the kind of songs that previously only existed in their imaginations. The two-piece turned their focus full-time to their music and established themselves as Nox Holloway, a name that is a special tribute to time lost elsewhere. Its a combination of the Latin word for night and the street in London where Bryce lived and found inspiration.
Stay tuned for more new music from Nox Holloway coming soon.