Nashville based pop/alt band, Nox Holloway have shared their new single, “Cry Neon” alongside a new music video toady. The track was co-written by Nox Holloway and Kendall Brower (KINGS, Oh My Girl), and produced by the band in their home studio in Nashville. Watch the video now below.
“‘Cry Neon’ was inspired by a scene in the show Euphoria, and is basically a conversation between two people at a party that are there and participating in the social ramble even though they don’t want to be,” explained singer Bryce Vanhook. “We wanted the track to feel way more futuristic and spacey to contrast the intimacy of that idea, which is intended to play into that irony.”
“Cry Neon” follows the duo’s last song, “Parachute,” an upbeat, ukulele driven track serves as a reminder to the listener to not be afraid of what the future holds. “Parachute” was preceded by “Draw The Line,” their first piece of music following the release of their debut EP, If Only The World Didn’t Spin So Much, in 2021.