My Favourite Things: Holy Holy

My Favourite Things: Holy Holy

The Brisbane rockers take a few happy snaps of their favourite things for us.

Brisbane psych-folk outfit Holy Holy are on a roll. Following the release of a beautiful new video clip for the single History, and they've just popped up on Triple J Mornings for Like A Version, smashing out a glorious version of Joy Division's Love Will Tear Us Apart. We asked them to get snapping on their iPhone and give us a bit of insight into a few of their favourite things whilst they're also in the midst of a national tour. Check those things below, along with their remaining tour dates...


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This isn't actually mine. I wish it was. It belongs to our producer, Matt Redlich. He let me use it on the QLD leg of our History tour. It is, without a doubt, the finest guitar amplifier I have ever used. We could only actually turn it up to 0.3 on the stage and that was enough, and still it sounded beautiful. I want one. 


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This is a shaker that I devised myself. It handily doubles as a rice container, and might come in handy should there been any drastic food shortages. Even better, the container is a used mayonnaise jar. Mayonnaise is also one of my favourite things, and I can use this shaker and be reminded of my passion for that joyous, oily, white substance at the same time. 


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Everyone needs a funny little book. When I finish this one, I will find a new one, and it will become one of my favourite things. If anyone steals this off me, my life and all that is important to me will collapse in a heap. 


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You can be guaranteed that something good will happen every time you turn it on. 


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Delightful packets of gluten and butter. Probably the single most important invention in human history, aside from (perhaps) the wheel.


Sat 25 Oct - The Dunsborough Tavern, Dunsborough – supported by Methyl Ethel
Sun 26 OctAviary Rooftop Sessions, Perth – supported by Methyl Ethel & NDorse
Thu 30 OctTransit Bar, Canberra – supported by Tambourine Girls & Slow Turismo
Fri 31 OctRad, Wollongong – supported by Tambourine Girls
Sat 01 NovNewtown Social Club, Sydney – supported by The Walking Who
Fri 07 NovJive, Adelaide – supported by Glass Skies
Sat 08 NovNorthcote Social Club, Melbourne – supported by Lanks & Jim Lawrie

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