Denver, CO-based alt-rock band Holdfast. are excited to present the music video for their new single, “Everything Wrong.” A hopeful anthem, the song’s fast-paced verses describe a lonely character who struggles to lift themselves up. The band takes a 180 turn into the chorus, with a halftime pop groove anchored around the character revealing their true feelings: "I feel like I've done everything wrong, now I'm giving it all." The band's message can be summed up in the post-chorus line: "There's something in a song that helps me get along." Watch the music video for “Everything Wrong” on YouTube HERE and stream the track on Spotify HERE.
The members of Holdfast. — brothers Tommy, Mikey and Charlie Maddocks — will also host a performance to celebrate the release of “Everything Wrong” this Saturday, January 21 at The Bluebird Theater in Denver, CO. Tickets for the show are on sale HERE, and more live appearances for 2023 will be announced soon.
On January 8, 2021, Holdfast. released their debut album, Stay and Fight, and the following year, the band partnered with production company Audio Network for the release of their seven-song EP, Movies, which was recorded at the famed The Blasting Room with longtime producer and collaborator Chris Beeble. Movies was released on April 15, 2022, which led to a west coast headline tour, a national U.S. tour supporting the UK’s Red Rum Club, and a sold-out UK run supporting Red Rum Club. The band have a number of releases that will follow "Everything Wrong,” with a full-length album to follow in 2023. Stay tuned for more music and information on the band’s forthcoming album to be announced soon