Father & Son EP Marks Duo’s First-Ever Recorded Collaboration
(Los Angeles, CA / July 8, 2022) — Conor Coxxx is a man of many talents: the popular adult film star, Coxxx Models boss and founder and former vocalist/guitarist of Atlanta indie dream pop darlings The Last Relapse (as David Holding), unveils an out-of this-world musical venture with his dad, David Holding Sr., The Holdings, with the release of a transcendental new EP, Father & Son.
Available now on all major streaming platforms, the five-song set, featuring the breezy new single “Stay Home”, explores two generations of melodic styles rooted in themes of love, life and a brave new world over the intoxicating swirl of guitar work and soaring vocals that skillfully ascend and drift throughout each track.
“It was really awesome collaborating with my Dad on this album; he got me interested in music from a young age and we’ve always had similar music taste so it was cool to work on some original music together for the first time,” he enthused.
Coxxx (Holding) notes that Father & Son is his first musical collaboration to drop since The Last Relapse album Machine in 2010 – as well as the first-ever recorded release with his father, who himself has created a anthology of eight albums under Haynes Holding and Soci3ty over the past two years.
To find out more about The Holdings, visit TheHoldingsMusic.com, Twitter and Instagram, and find Father & Son at Spotify, SoundCloud and Bandcamp.
ABOUT THE HOLDINGS:
The Holdings is a brand-new musical family project between David Haynes Holding Sr. & Jr. that officially launched in July 2022 with the release of the duo’s debut EP, Father & Son.
Haynes Holding (Sr.) is a talented guitarist/bassist that played in several different projects during the legendary late ‘70s/early ‘80s Athens, Georgia music scene that spawned REM and the B-52’s, releasing two albums with his band Dorothy’s Dream.
Inspired by his father, the younger Holding grew up in Atlanta with aspirations of rock stardom himself with the founding of The Last Relapse in early 2006 at the tender age of 16 years as the lead vocalist/rhythm guitarist. After a six-year run, a full-length album, Machine, and a couple hundred shows throughout the southeast U.S., the band decided to go on indefinite hiatus.
In 2020, Jr. and Sr. began working on music again – separately, then collaborating on songs together. Haynes Holding has since released five solo albums that convey a variety of music styles and genres, as well as two albums under the name Soci3ty. Meanwhile, David Holding has been writing and recording with a couple former members of The Last Relapse on a new project yet to be announced. For more info, visit TheHoldingsMusic.com.
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