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  • PUBLISHED May 23, 2016

  • PUBLISHED

    May 23 2016
  • THIS VIDEO

    5624 Views
    16 Votes
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    2571 st Views
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  • PEAK CHART RANK

    14 th Overall
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    1 st Atlanta
    06/09/16

HOLY WHITE HOUNDS performs the song "SWITCHBLADE" for BalconyTV.
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PRESENTED BY BETH KEENER

Holy White Hounds is an apt name for the quartet’s endearing but feral alt-rock. The moniker also conjures the band’s origins as small town underdogs who are rising to earn national prominence. When pressed on the significance of the handle, lead vocalist and guitarist Brenton Dean states: "We're dirty but we're not unclean. We're mangy, but you'd still let us sleep in your bed.”

For young kids with guitars, prodigious musical gifts, and aspirations of being professional musicians, the distance culturally and opportunity wise between a town like Des Moines, Iowa and New York or Los Angeles can make dreams feels unattainable. But for the proud sons of the Hawkeye State in Holy White Hounds, it’s their dedication to music and the alt-rock quartet’s ultra catchy tuneage that’s bridging the divide. Now, the band announces its debut album, Sparkle Sparkle (Razor & Tie).

“We are a band that comes from the basement who has worked real hard to gradually make our way up the staircase,” says Brenton. In addition to Brenton, on vocals/guitar, Holy White Hounds is comprised of Ambrose Lupercal /bass, James Manson / guitar, and Seth Luloff / drums.

Thinking back on a decade of friendship between Ambrose and Brenton, the sacrifices to make music that’s vital, and how the quartet has become a family and a seasoned touring entity, Brenton says: “When I find myself somewhere in Missouri at three in the morning at a Wendy’s, I look around and realize there’s no place I would rather be. I’m with my best friends, doing something I’m proud of. All the hard work and long drives are worth it.” Ambrose adds: “The biggest thing I’ve learned is that if you’re challenging yourself emotionally and artistically, you can put your head down at night feeling fulfilled.”

http://www.holywhitehounds.com

CREDITS / SPONSORS
Producer/Audio Engineer: John Taylor Nelson www.lakecitysounds.com
Director Of Photography: Redmond Farley
Photography: Garrett Eaton
Presenter: Beth Keener
Location: The Tabernacle www.tabernacleatl.com
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