By 456 Live
456 Live presents
“indie royalty help the electro pioneers channel the euphoria of ’90s dance” NME
“You really cannot help but forget that Monday is just around the corner after being thrilled by the incredible Holy Fuck, lets hope they don’t leave it so long next time!” Louder Than War
Canadian electro-rock outfit Holy Fuck play dance music without modern electronic equipment, instead preferring to use standard rock instrumentation as well as unconventional devices and machines. The group have received much acclaim for their ecstatic performances as well as their recordings, which hone their junk-shop aesthetic into accessible dance-rock songs. After debuting with the sprawling, Krautrock-inspired jams of their self-titled 2005 full-length, the group's sound became more accessible (and sometimes vocal-based) with subsequent releases such as 2016's Congrats.