Holy Fawn Share Cinematic Performance Video for “void of Light”






PRE-ORDERS AVAILABLE NOW: https://lnk.to/dimensionalbleed


“Holy Fawn build giant, cresting waves of uplifting brutality, and they do it without really sounding like anyone else” – Stereogum


“…a high-water mark for music that combines the skyscraping atmospheres of post-rock with the heavy breadth of textured metal.” – Revolver


“Holy Fawn traverse quite a bit of sonic territory… washes of guitar and walls of feedback build to vicious mid-section with crushing drums..” – Consequence


August 31, 2022, Phoenix, Ariz. – Holy Fawn, whose eagerly-awaited new album, Dimensional Bleed arrives Sept. 9 via Wax Bodega, have released a cinematic video for “Void of Light” (https://youtu.be/zFwd2kIP4aE), with the Chase Warren-directed clip featuring a muted color palette that mimics the imagery around the upcoming release.


“I’m not sure what it is about our nature as musicians but at our core, we love to tinker,” explains Ryan Osterman. “Whenever we get something new, we have to set it up and hit record just to see what happens. For ‘Void of Light’ in particular, it was a new reverb pedal from a company called ‘Dr. Scientist.’ It’s called ‘the atmosphere’ and I feel its name is pretty self-explanatory. This pedal truly felt so expressive and opened up so many creative avenues for us to revisit over and over again. Once it entered the studio, it just didn’t get turned off. ‘The Atmosphere’ really had a tremendous impact on the first half of the song and I’m so thankful this pedal found i’s way to us. It truly is so customizable, down to the finest of details, and it really allowed us to create as musicians. This was definitely the first song we ever played as a group during rehearsal for Dimensional Bleed and it just felt so new and raw. You can just tell when you’re performing something with your friends that it’s resonating and everyone just feels so connected. This is one in particular we’re really excited to play live.”


Holy Fawn previously released a dazzling, sweeping video for “Death Is A Relief” (https://youtu.be/4L5FpH0lRT0), as well as a gritty, black and white clip for “Dimensional Bleed” (https://youtu.be/-CSMM0Id9mw).


Album pre-orders, which include a selection of limited-edition vinyl variants and CD, as well as digital pre-saves, are available now (https://lnk.to/dimensionalbleed).


Holy Fawn kick off their tour in support of the new album this evening in Albuquerque, with a Riot Fest performance, and a U.K. stint, slated for next month.


August 31 Albuquerque, NM Launchpad

September 2 Oklahoma City, OK 89th Street

September 3 Austin, TX  Mohawk

September 4 Denton, TX Andy’s Bar & Grill

September 6 Atlanta, GA Purgatory at The Masquerade

September 7 Carrboro, NC Cat’s Cradle

September 8 Baltimore, MD Metro Gallery

September 9 Philadelphia, PA Milkboy

September 10 New York, NY Saint Vitus

September 11 Providence, RI Fete Music Hall

September 13 Pittsburgh, PA Club Café

September 14 Lakewood, OH The Foundry

September 15 Ferndale, MI The Loving Touch

September 16 Chicago, IL Riot Fest


September 26 Manchester, UK Deaf Institute

September 27 Glasgow, UK The Garage (Attic)

September 28 Nottingham, UK Bodega

September 29 Bristol, UK Exchange

September 30 London, UK 229


November 1 San Diego, CA Soda Bar

November 2 Anaheim, CA Chain Reaction

November 3 Los Angeles, CA The Echo

November 5 Oakland, CA Starline Social Club

November 6 Sacramento, CA Harlow’s

November 8 Seattle, WA Chop Suey

November 9 Portland, OR Mission Theater

November 11 Boise, ID The Shredder

November 12 Salt Lake City, UT Metro Music Hall

November 13 Denver, CO Marquis Theater


Astronoid open on dates from Aug. 31 to Sept. 15

Som and Grivo open on dates from Nov. 1 to 13

Holy Fawn Dimensional Bleed album cover

Dimensional Bleed album cover

Dimensional Bleed track list:


1.    Hexsewn

2.    Death Is A Relief

3.    Lift Your Head

4.    Empty Vials

5.    Amaranthine

6.    Dimensional Bleed

7.    Sightless

8.    Void of Light

9.    True Loss

10. Blood Memory

Photo credit: Charles Barth

Holy Fawn is Ryan Osterman (guitar, vocals), Evan Phelps (guitar), Alexander Rieth (bass), and Austin Reinholz (drums). The Arizona-born band have released one album: Death Spells (2018) as well as two EPS: The Black Moon (2020) and Realms (2015). Holy Fawn independently released Death Spells in 2018, with the captivating underground album receiving a wider re-release via Triple Crown Records in 2019. Stereogum said the band and album are “impossible to ignore,” going on to call the 10-song release a “revelation.” Heavy Blog Is Heavy said Holy Fawn is in a “realm all their own,” and dubbed Death Spells ”a “landmark” release.

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