• Muzik First


British singer-songwriter Holly Humberstone premiered a new song, “Scarlett,” along with a music video. Over the past few weeks, Holly Humberstone has played four-sold Omeara headline shows and lit up festival stages from Reading & Leeds to All Points East, with the “confidence and stature that defies [Evening Standard]” an artist who is performing to thousands of fans for the first time since becoming the breakthrough star of 2021. Lifted from her highly anticipated second EP, "The Walls Are Way Too Thin," produced by long-time collaborator Rob Milton, the track was written for Scarlett's best friend about a toxic relationship. Through late-night conversations and the power of female friendship, Holly helped Scarlett through the breakup and has written a song with powerful immediacy and resonance. Holly said about the song, “It was a weird one like I wrote the song at the end of this breakup that she'd been through and basically there's another song in the EP, that's called Thursday, it's basically I wrote it before we wrote Scarlet, and they weren't quite broken up. And it was like a really horrible thing for me to watch because I could see this like, awful guy like it's kind of like spanning Average Dude, my friend doesn't like Scarlet like I think it was just like the most Average Joe.”