November 17, 2021

ALBUM PREMIERE/INTERVIEW: The Hollows Return in Fine Rock Form on Eclectic EP ‘Lonesome Ghost’

The Hollows formed in the backwoods of Brooklyn in early 2009, where they quickly became known for their diverse range of material, tight four-part harmonies, and rollicking live shows. The band’s breed of ensemble-driven roots rock (influenced by such acts as The Band, Creedence Clearwater Revival, and Tom Waits, among others) inspired its members to swap instruments on stage as often as they traded lead vocals. Jeffrey Kurtze (bass), Daniel Kwiatkowski (banjo, guitar), Rob Morrison (mandolin, guitar, slide guitar), David Paarlberg (keyboards, guitar, trumpet, accordion), and Erik Saxvik (guitar, keyboards) comprised this original lineup. In 2011, they released their first LP, Belong to the Land, which critics hailed as an “outstanding offering” (Kingston Daily Freeman) made by “master craftsmen” (Dingus on Music), and simply “an incredible debut… a monster” (From Under the Basement).

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