DELAWARE CITY, Del., February 22, 2023 (Newswire.com) - Arctic Lights, an indie/rock group from Cork, Ireland, has released "Holy Joe", their first single of 2023, as the follow-up to their 2022 critically acclaimed single, "Belong". Band members Liam O'Callaghan and Edward Butt wanted to take a new creative direction towards a darker and heavier sound with the new release.
"Holy Joe may sound a bit different from some of our other songs but we like to surprise people with each new release as we get bored quickly and don't just want to repeat the same tricks each time. This keeps us engaged and interested as we find exploring new sounds gets us excited, being an independent act allows us to do what we like and we will keep doing that while hoping people will enjoy what we do, but, overall we make music for ourselves." - Edward Butt
"I find writing music can be cathartic and songs have personalities of their own. I had a melody in mind for Holy Joe but no lyrics. The minute we pressed record to put the melody down, the lyrics just started pouring out. I think you can feel a crackling and bristling in society at the moment like there is a fire about to ignite. For me, the emotion of the vocals captures this feeling perfectly. Hopefully, we can extinguish the fire." - Liam O'Callaghan
Distributed exclusively by VerseOne Distribution, "Holy Joe" is available now on all major music platforms. Listen to "Holy Joe" here.
About Arctic Lights
Arctic Lights was formed in 2021 by Liam O'Callaghan and Edward Butt from Cork, Ireland. The duo has been making their mark in the music scene since debuting their single, "King of America" in January 2021. The band has been active since then, rapidly expanding its fanbase and following on social media and streaming platforms. Arctic Lights' music has been featured across radio stations worldwide in America, Asia, Africa, Europe, and Australia.
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