The Holloways member breaks hand after fight

Band tussle with security guards in Glasgow

The Holloways and The Noisettes to play hunger benefit

The Metros to play 'Picnic Rocks' too

The Holloways start work on second album

Alfie Jackson sends NME.COM a message from the studio

The Holloways release rare material

Unreleased songs to hit the shelves next month

The Holloways announce UK tour

They're hitting the road next month

The Holloways working on new album

As the 'Generator' band gear up for festival

The Holloways

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 Of The Earth. “Sometimes you get so low/You don’t know why”, sings Alfie on ‘Generator’ the 2007 version, over a riff more wriggly than Jack Peñate with a...

The Holloways announce new tour

The band also re-release 'Generator' today

The Holloways go on ‘green friendly’ seaside tour

Band team up with Friends Of The Earth

The Holloways: Karma Lounge, Austin; Thursday, March 15

It’s a glum Holloways that greet NME in a dark bar, mid-afternoon in Austin. Their support show for The Pogues in New York was cancelled last night due to Shane MacGowan being broken-legged, wheelchair-bound and drugged up on painkillers. They’ve been flying all day and enduring US customs, and now their soundcheck’s been canned. Ten minutes later however, and it’s...