Ollie Twohill is a singer / songwriter based on the East Coast of Australia and plays guitar-based melodic rock / pop.
He has been playing live venues for the past six years after busking on the streets of NSW Northern Rivers and the southern Gold Coast and Hollow is his latest song, released on 16/11/2022.
A song about an unexpected break up and the emotions it involves, this is a track that many people will be able to connect with and this will enhance its appeal.
This song has quite an upbeat feel to it, despite its subject matter, that changes pace many times as it progresses. This could, perhaps, represent the up and down of emotions that the theme of the song would create, and if this is the case, the artist has done it to perfection.
Mixing acoustic guitars with electric creates a great sound, with the solos being and immaculately performed. The vocals are powerfully performed, with just a hint of quirkiness to them, but packed so full of emotion the listener can really feel the sentiments being portrayed.
There is a BIG sound to this track, and it is hard to believe that it is all created by one man, and this is due, not only to the excellent production of the song, but also to the talent of the artist.
A great song! Well done and I look forward to hearing more!
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