Paint My Bedroom Black Holly Humberstone

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  • 1Paint My Bedroom Black03:51
  • 2Into Your Room03:31
  • 3Cocoon03:06
  • 4Kissing In Swimming Pools04:48
  • 5Ghost Me03:37
  • 6Superbloodmoon02:32
  • 7Antichrist03:21
  • 8Lauren02:58
  • 9Baby Blues01:18
  • 10Flatlining03:03
  • 11Elvis Impersonators02:53
  • 12Girl03:23
  • 13Room Service03:46
  • Total Runtime42:07

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After a whirlwind few years of two successful EPs, touring with Olivia Rodrigo and girl in red, winning the BRIT Rising Star Award, and making her debut Coachella performance, the Grantham-born singer-songwriter has solidified herself as one of the most raw and unrelenting voices of her generation.

Humberstone’s debut album will explore “the two sides of [herself] that coexist.” While Humberstone’s first two EPs interrogated the concept of “home” — the first project was influenced by the isolation of the English countryside and the second explored the uncertain loneliness of moving to London — Paint My Bedroom Black is the story of transience. Humberstone’s life on the road challenged the young artist’s sense of security and tether to the U.K. Finding pockets of “home” in hotel rooms, romances, and small comforts were reflective inspirations for the overarching narrative of the coming album.

“This album is an exploration of the two sides of myself that coexist,” Humberstone says. “One side, the introvert who wants to board the windows up and shut the world out, writing about wanting to escape my surroundings and the confusion of life on the road last year. The other side of me, the extrovert, writing about a budding relationship, deep connections, and love.”

Humberstone’s deep introspection and raw lyricism come alive on “Room Service” and “Antichrist,” which mirror the two sides of the artist. The “Antichrist” track and music video share the mischievous unraveling of her recent breakup set against thumping pop and sacrilegious staging. Yet, “Room Service” offers a different tone; yearning, romantic, and vulnerable, Humberstone sheds the layers of swaggering certainty. The opposition of the two worlds is a riveting taste of what’s to come.

Holly Humberstone

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Holly Humberstone
When Holly first brought her intimate live shows to audiences in 2021, fans were already singing every word from her breakout debut EP, “Falling Asleep At The Wheel” released in 2020. A global tour followed, with sell-out shows across the USA including LA’s Roxy to two nights at New York’s Bowery Ballroom, which led to Holly being invited on tour with Olivia Rodrigo and Girl in Red across North America. It was on these trips through soulless hotel rooms from March to December last year that the 23-year-old began piecing her album narrative together. Striking themes of lost loves, family units, and the deep-set fears of youth and growing up intertwined with sparse and expansive sonic production, Holly’s “crazy” headspace led to the foundations of Paint My Bedroom Black. “I have had such a fun, crazy, challenging few years,” Holly says, “I wanted to put absolutely all of that into this album. An album is a much different headspace for me, but it is filled with snapshots of where I’ve been and where I’m at.” 

Snapshots of Holly flit everywhere from last year’s single “Can You Afford To Lose Me”, performed on Late Night With Stephen Colbert, to playing Matty Healy co-written “Sleep Tight” for VEVO, taking festivals by storm from Coachella to her debut Glastonbury performance and Reading & Leeds. Humberstone has become one of the most loved breakthrough artists for her raw, unfiltered, confessional songwriting and distinctive, can-hear-a-pin-drop vocals, picking up fans from Olivia Rodrigo to Phoebe Bridgers, Sigrid to Glass Animals and Sam Fender, and inspiring the next generation of alternative pop acts including Tommy Lefroy, Katie Gregson-Macleod, and Matilda Mann, whilst collaborating with the likes of Jack Steadman in Bombay Bicycle Club and Griff.

Finishing 2022 on a huge high, ending her biggest UK headline tour with 5000 fans singing back favourites “Scarlett” and “Overkill” at O2 Academy Brixton, the physical manifestation of her 242.6M global streams, Holly Humberstone started 2023 with her journal in hand and creative, walled off time, as she locked herself away in Rob Milton’s studio in London, to piece together the pieces of herself she felt like she left on the road, in rooms across the world. Holly has become renowned for painting a picture of a place so viscerally, being rooted in the walls and also people that makes a city liveable, where you can “get drunk with your mates and just forget about work”. From her family home in “Haunted House” to feeling lost and isolated in her London shared flat with The Walls Are Way To Thin, Paint My Bedroom Black is Holly’s fragmented and dark love letter to friends and lovers, a hideaway from the world when her fans need one.

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