It’s not only smoke’n’mirrors that this ever-jaunty (jaunty as in, ‘We wear hats and vests, occasionally at the same time!’) quartet are forsaking, but also originality, depth and soul. Witness:…

Who needs Live Earth? Back on Planet Indie, news seeps through that The Holloways will be touring seaside resorts this summer in a double-decker bus, all in aid of Friends…

Like an octogenarian boxer coming out for one last fight, The Holloways serve up the sweaty chips after the disappointment of each of their songs that isn’t ‘Generator’. It’s still…

So what is Great Britain? Is it the wasted urban romance of ‘Albion’, the grit and spit of ‘When The Sun Goes Down’, the bleary-eyed ‘Work, Work, Work (Pub, Club,…

Now sit down, children, and let wise old NME count on our seven gnarled fingers the number of indie bands who have successfully recorded singles that crossbreed their traditional jingle-jangle…

Some people already have the knives out for London rabble-pop quartet The Holloways. Yes, the naysayers are claiming that the band’s blend of itchy rock and cheeky-chappy showmanship is only…