‘Holding On’ is the fabulously funky latest offering from Exeter’s finest retro-pop trio, Pattern Pusher.
‘Holding On’ is a ’70s disco-infused track with butter-smooth vocals, cool synths and unforgettable riffs. This groovy tune can only be described as sensational; fans of Silk Sonic and Bombay Bicycle Club will utterly lap this one up. Listening to the track will instantly transport you to a gloriously sunny destination, easing all of your anxieties with it’s optimism and feel-good energy.
The creation of ‘Holding On’ stems from personal experience of introspection and discovering hope through grief. “The loss of my dad and the end of my long term relationship both happened within the last year.” expresses Pattern Pusher’s lead vocalist, Alex Johnstone “That stuff shakes you to your core and you can’t help thinking about how short and fragile life can be”.
‘Holding On’ truly is a beacon of hope in song-form. It acknowledges the fragility of life whilst also emphasising the cruciality of self-care and living life the way you wish to without guilt. If you want to put a pep in your step, get grooving with Pattern Pusher and take a listen to ‘Holding On’.