REUBEN HOLLEBON’S VIDEO FOR “ON & ON” PREMIERES

DEBUT ALBUM TERMINAL NOSTALGIA RELEASED TO CRITICAL ACCLAIM

Terminal Nostalgia is an uncommonly assured debut.” –Consequence of Sound

“Artist You Should Know”–KCRW

“The UK-based singer- songwriter doesn't need huge, arching arrangements in order to deliver songs with a profound message.” –Stereogum

“Gorgeously honest.” —Line of Best Fit

The official video for “On & On,” off emerging English musician, producer and engineer Reuben Hollebon’s debut album Terminal Nostalgia (out now on Bright Antenna) is premiering via The Independent who explains, “the video provides a visual landscape to Hollebon's sparse, evocative music—simultaneously captivating and unsettling.” The studio version of “On & On” was mixed by Ben Hillier (The Maccabees, The Doves & Nadine Shah). Listen to the track here: http://smarturl.it/Spotify.OnandOn.

Hollebon recently wrapped a U.S. tour in support of Joseph Arthur. He will continue his run with Joseph Arthur with a performance at New York City’s Iridium on October 29 as well as European dates this November, including a stop at London’s Oslo.

Terminal Nostalgia continues to receive critical praise both stateside and abroad:

“Somewhere in the chasm between mischief and terror, is Reuben Hollebon’s unsettling, magnetic music” —Nerdist

“Darkly poetic piece of work of electronic noir and poised lyricism” —Clash

“Intense and intimate.” —Guitar World

“…a collection of powerful quaint songs that reflect that tenacity and strength of Damien Rice, Conor Oberst and Nick Drake. The self produced album is illuminated with a a quiet strength and voice that urges listeners without hesitation to proclaim – 'wow!’” —Glide Magazine

“Reminiscent of early Bright Eyes…moody…dark and quavering.” —Magnet

“The atmosphere is calm and relaxed, with something a little extra that you can’t really put your finger on.” —Impose Magazine

“Reuben Hollebon has created a wonderful album filled with ample soul and emotion.” —Best New Bands

 
Hollebon grew up on a housing estate in small-town Norfolk, UK and didn’t pick up a guitar until he was 18. He went to Huddersfield University to study music and audio systems, and afterwards moved to London where he began working as a studio engineer for composer Nitin Sawhney. There he got an education working on soundtracks, albums and orchestral recordings, before moving on to creating and performing music of his own.

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TERMINAL NOSTALGIA
1. Haystacks
2. Braced
3. Faces
4. Fields, For Fields
5. Before The Flood
6. A Hand
7. Augustus
8. The Burr
9. On & On
10. We’re Gonna Miss Us (When We’re Gone)
11. Come Back Early
12. Common Table