Single - 'Inside My Head'
Australian indie-pop music artist Holly Wild releases a single, Inside My Head, from her upcoming album ‘Wild’. From the reflective tones of the verses to the big chorus hook, Holly Wild confesses that this is a song about the negative dialogue that goes around in her head, the endless loop telling her that she's the jack of all trades, but the master of none. Chipping away at her self confidence every day.
"I surround myself with high achievers, people that inspire me, but they also make me feel
insignificant, and small, with no great achievements and the feeling of nothing
exceptional to offer. Do you know that feeling, where someone can inspire you and shrink you
down to nothing all at the same time?". That feeling was what inspired the song.
Featuring the unmistakable cadences of Holly’s indelible vocal, Inside My Head, transforms from
sensitive contemporary folk to a indie pop/rock smash without ever deviating from the
mesmerising spirit of the track. Holly says about the origins of Inside My Head,
"Its through the comparisons I make, and the pressure I put on myself to be successful, that the
voice can get really loud".
A radio no-brainer and a streaming sensation Inside My Head, is an amalgamation of transparent heart with sublime soul, an emotionally supercharged artistic vision channelling personal issues into a recognisable, universal theme.
Here is what people are saying about Holly Wild:
“Holly Wild is consistently putting together an inspired mix of indie pop that is undeniably original and fresh sounding” We Write about Music
“Everything from the artist’s distinctive vocal style to to captivating and rousing nature of the soundscape and its defiant spirit makes for a track that feels as accessible and radio-ready as it does thoughtful” - Clout Magazine USA
“The Sydney-based singer-songwriter is a storyteller at heart and threads her songs with honest, confessional lyricism resulting in relatable music wrapped up in her instantly catchy pop style” Plastic Magazine UK
Holly Wild is a sage storyteller, and her writing is informed by her lifelong quest for spiritual wisdom, her studies of the Kabbalah, and what she calls her superpower, her sensitivity—she’s a deeply empathic writer. Though her songs can be informed by esoteric principles and personal perspectives, they feel universal and broadly resonant. Holly’s singing has that timelessly rare quality of being pristine, dynamic and nuanced, yet also purely expressive. It’s a voice that speaks directly to the heart. Her latest album, Wild, is courageously confessional, flush with reflective folk-pop, moody electro-pop, gritty electric guitars and invigorating pop hooks.
A few years ago, singer-songwriter Holly Wild’s music teacher told her to take care of her voice.
He said hers was a voice people would be listening to for years to come. And he was right. Holly’s singing has that timelessly rare quality of being pristine, dynamic and nuanced, yet also purely expressive. It’s a voice that speaks directly to the heart.
Up until that moment, the Sydney, Australia-based artist had been a lifelong musician, yet it took her time before she begun actively pursuing her gifts. Today, she steps forward with her debut Album, Wild, produced by Jon Buscema (Dan Wilson, Baker Grace, EZI), David Arkwright and CCVM CEO and Founder Cari Cole. It’s a plant-her-flag statement. The album boldly announces a world-class singer with a sleekly modern folk-pop sensibility that fuses courageously honest folk with adventurous production touches such as sweetly emotive synth textures, sharp pop hooks, and subtle dance-pop beats. The album is dynamic, with contrasting moments that are moody and edgy, featuring gritty electric guitars and heavy confessional lyrics.
Holly is a storyteller, and her writing is informed by her lifelong journey for spiritual wisdom, her studies of the Kabbalah, and what she calls her superpower, her sensitivity—she’s a deeply empathic writer. Though her songs can be informed sometimes by esoteric principles and personal perspectives, they feel universal and broadly resonant. Her latest Album, Wild, is flush with reflective folk-pop, moody and confessional electro-pop, gritty electric guitars and invigorating hooks.