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Hometown: Chicago, IL
Tags: punk, hardcore, garage, chicago, noise-pop

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“There is plenty of spookiness in the band’s dreamy sha-la-la. This mostly female group pulls together all the drama and tragedy of the Shangri-Las and mixes it with classic garage rock.” ~Jessica Hopper, Chicago Tribune

“Hollows have begun to make waves around the US. Like Dum Dum Girls, Best Coast, and Vivian Girls, Hollows are taking many of the elements established by the Ronettes and their contemporaries and combining those with a punk-informed aesthetic. The biting lyrics and lo-fi recordings insure a bracing, contemporary edge… the perfect soundtrack for cutting up Pixie Stix with a switchblade.”

“The sort of band you hope to be playing when Scooby-Doo and the gang burst into a haunted rock club, Hollows are a mostly-girl group (with a dude drummer) that turn ‘60s sounds into a vicious blend of soft harmonies and wheezing organ.” ~Matt Pais, Metromix

“The mixture of old-fashioned pop tropes and knife-flashing ‘tude makes Hollows sound like an alternate-universe version of the Shangri-Las who got to the end of “Leader of the Pack” and decided to start a biker gang of their own.” ~Miles Raymer, Chicago Reader

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