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About the ArtistThe Holograms
The New I Love You
Like a freshly spawned phoenix launching from a Sanrio themed ash tray, The Holograms are back with more sugary pop confections to rot your teeth and spoil your appetite. So tap a vein, slam some insulin and brace yourselves for The New I Love You.
This sneak preview into the Holo’s forthcoming sophomore release is riddled with joyfully debauched gems such as E-A-S-Y (an homage to slut-bags and Rogers & Hammerstein), Fast Action (NASCAR or Cialis commercial… you decide), along with the EP’s title track The New I Love You (a.k.a. The Clap, an innocuous little number about a dance – we swear)!
With their self-dubbed genre “bubble-scum” pop, the Holo’s new delivery is so sweet and fun you won’t realize how edgy it is until your gums are already blood drenched. Vocalist Jen’s signature squeaky goodness lulls listeners into a magic realm where Jean, Sammi and Yumi continuously pelt them in the head with virtuosity and awesomeness! Listen carefully and you might catch a sleazy double entendre (along with other things). What more can you can ask from a pop EP? Get it out and spread it around!
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