Hollow Doors release their new single titled ‘What’s The Point’. Beginning with a lucid array of twangy clean guitars and slipping right into a quirky and catchy set of chord prog hooks, Hollow Doors give that fun-filled performance with that certain left-of-center originality that tells the lister exactly who it is at first listen.

About ‘What’s The Point’

‘What’s The Point’ is a simple song with a simple message. Not to take anything too seriously. Reminiscent of “Salad Days” era Mac Demarco, or even the early catalog of The Fratellis, it’s a laid back song with a little bit of a hillbilly rock vibe. Written by lead singer and rhythm guitarist – Connor Haggarty – it was based on a saying his grandmother coined “You die if you do, you die if you don’t.” If one person can put on What’s The Point and feel just a bit cheerier then we’ll sleep well.

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Written & Performed By:

  • Connor Haggarty (Lead Vocals)
  • Josh Follows (Lead Guitar + Backing Vocals)
  • Corey Lockwood (Bass Guitar + Backing Vocals)
  • Callum Frost (Drums + Backing Vocals)

This song was recorded, produced, mixed & mastered entirely by ourselves.

About Hollow Doors

Hollow Doors are a 4-piece band from Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire. Since forming in 2017 the band has built strong ties with fans in their community performing at almost every music venue in their hometown. Believing that live music should sound as good as the studio recording, their high energy performances have caught the attention of supporters, quickly becoming a local favorite.

Hollow Doors’ next step is to self-release a set of singles that they have written, recorded and mixed entirely independently. Thanks to a large support-frame of fans and collaborators, along with their DIY attitude, the band continues to build their following self-sufficiently.

With intentions to write more music and release a full-length album, the band is motivated to establishing their name and anticipate playing in front of national & eventually international audiences.