Holdan has dropped his debut EP I Lost My Friends In The Spring, which is a six-track sketch of his own experience relocating from Florida to LA by himself when he was 15 (he’s now 20). If your Seasonal Affective Disorder is increasing as much as pumpkin spice lattes, then I Lost My Friends In The Spring is the EP where you should donate your feelings into so you cure your summer blues. It’s a bittersweet R&B and pop sketch where Holdan recounts longing, assholes, heartbreak, growing pains, and changing that happened in the spring. Listening to it makes fall look so much better (kinda):
“The first track is a representation of when you fall asleep and enter the dream, and the dream consists of the four most influential moments I experienced -people I’ve met or experiences I’ve gone through to get to where I am today. And then the final song is kinda melancholy because I kinda wish I could stay in the dream, but I’ve got to move on with what I learned” shared Holdan.
EP I Lost My Friends In The Spring is out now via Red Umbrella Records.
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