Brooklyn Folk/Soul Trio Holy Hive Release New Track “Didn’t You Say”

Taken from the forthcoming full-length Float Back to You out May 29

Videos, live recordings, outtakes & more to be released in coming weeks via Holy Hive’s Instagram

Previously released video for “Broom” here

Holy Hive, the Brooklyn based folk/soul trio formed by folk singer/guitarist Paul Spring, sought-after soul drummer Homer Steinweiss, and bassist Joe Harrison today release a new single, “Didn’t You Say” from their highly anticipated debut full-length Float Back to You, due May 29 on Big Crown Records.

In addition to the new single, Holy Hive released the first in a new series of video, cartoons, live footage and outtakes via their Instagram this week. Follow Holy Hive here: https://www.instagram.com/holyhivemusic/

The album follows a string of well-received live shows, singles, and their critically acclaimed Harping EP and features 10 originals, a cover of “Be Thou By My Side” (originally by 60’s UK pop group Honeybus), plus a re-working of Irish folk tune “Red is the Rose.” It was produced by Steinweiss and features guest musicians throughout including harpist Mary Lattimore, Leon Michels (El Michels Affair) on sax and keys, Shannon Wise (The Shacks) on backing vocals, Dave Guy (The Roots) on trumpet, Nick Movshon on bass, and Spring’s wife Sophia Heymans on piano.

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