Hold Close share new single CLOUD9


Missouri pop rock band Hold Close have shared a new single "Cloud9" off their upcoming album "Time out" January 18, 2019 on Hopeless Records.
Speaking to the new single, vocalist Braxton Smiley said,
"cloud9: -n
seeking hope until it is gained,
letting go of what holds back or causes fear.
a vision of clarity.
a euphoric feeling of comfort and love"
Time is the follow-up to 2017's EP I'll Never Go Back. 

After working with Seth Henderson (Knuckle Puck, State Champs) on Time, Hold Close put together an extremely personal, introspective, heartbreaking album centered around growth, love, sorrow, death, and friendship.

Made up of vocalist Braxton Smiley, guitarists Jessee Everett and Charlie Edel, bassist Devon Edwards, and drummer Marshall Martin, the group have known each other since high school. 

Originally all playing in different bands, they got to know each other through the local scene.
"Definitely the very first line on the record: 'Time will always heal,'" Smiley said about the message of his album. "Just give it time, everything is better. We all go through the same shit, you know. Whether it be everyday struggle stuff or family stuff or relationship or friendship or money or anything, it's all good. Be positive. In time, it'll just become how you want it to be."
Time is the band's first full-length record, and is out January 18, 2019 on Hopeless Records. 

Fans can pre-order it here: smarturl.it/HoldCloseTime

For more information, please visit: hopelessrecords.com/