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Holy Esque - Submission album

Holy Esque - Submission album
Performer: Holy Esque
Title: Submission
Country: UK & Europe
Style: Alternative Rock
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 283
MP3 size: 1527 mb
FLAC size: 1103 mb


1 Fade
2 Gulf
3 Strange
4 Thrones


  • Mastered By – Frank Kimberley
  • Mixed By – Jon Schumann
  • Written-By – Holy Esque


In PVC slip sleeve with foldout insert sleeve.
For promotional use only not for resale

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BTF006 Holy Esque Submission ‎(10", EP, Ltd) Beyond The Frequency BTF006 UK & Europe 2015

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Armed with their distinct brand of arena style hooks, post-punk rhythms, and lead singer Pat Hynes’s unique trademark vocals, the band are set to reclaim this year with the new EP ‘Submission’, which marks their first ever physical release. Veering in between the chaotic dark feel of 80's English post-punk and modern electro-pop, ’Submission' sees the band pushing into new territories. Recorded in Copenhagen’s STC Studios and mixed by double-Grammy award producer Jon Schumann (Kashmir, Mew), the collection of songs on the EP display a set of irresistible and infectious melodies that.

Holy Esque-Submission (UK IMPORT) VINYL NEW Condition: New. Time left: 1d 29m 17s. Ships to: Worldwide. Holy Esque-Submission (UK IMPORT) VINYL NEW Condition: New. Time left: 1d 36m 11s. HOLY ESQUE-AT HOPE& RAVINE (POST) (DIG) (UK IMPORT) CD NEW Condition: Brand New. Time left: 1d 2h 42s. Holy Esque best tracks. Include tracks from compilation albums Exclude tracks from compilation albums The same track can appear on multiple albums, so excluding tracks from compilation albums helps to remove duplicates from this list.

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Imagine The National with a kick, The Walkmen loosened up or Titus Andronicus bereft of their less tolerable imperfections. It is, quite simply, a recipe for indie rock perfection, and it's also more or less what Holy Esque sound like - with the results in practice being just as good as they seem on paper. It's a fairly daunting list of proclamations to attach to a band who have been in existence for little more than a year, but with such an impressive sonic arsenal at their disposal, this Glasweigan four-piece appear custom-built to take the genre by storm.

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