Holly Humberstone
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Holly Humberstone

After her successful visit to Rock Werchter, Holly Humberstone returns for her first headline show: The Holly Humberstone Show!

/ 7:30 PM: doors open
/ 8:00 PM - 8:30 PM: Medium Build
/ 9:00 PM - 10:15 PM: Holly Humberstone

/ Eating in Trix?
That is possible during this concert evening. From about an hour before the doors of the concert hall open, you will find the strEATwise food truck in Trix. With a range of savory soy pancakes!

For fans of

Maisie Peters, Gracie Abrams, Lewis Capaldi, Olivia Rodrigo, Girl in Red

Holly Humberstone

Holly Humberstone is a British musician from Grantham, England. Her first song, "Deep End", was released on January 30, 2020. Her second song, "Falling Asleep At The Wheel", was released on March 19, 2020, while her third song, "Overkill", was released on June 26, 2020. On July 30, 2020, she released a cover of "Fake Plastic Trees" by the English rock band Radiohead. Her first ever EP was released on August 14, 2020 and contains 6 songs. More recently, in 2021, she released two singles— "Haunted House" and "The Walls Are Way Too Thin"— and is set to release a new EP.

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Medium Build

Nick Carpenter wants honesty, even when it's uncomfortable. Under the moniker Medium Build, Carpenter finds levity in the rough edges and complications, crafting slice-of-life songs about growing up and messing up. "The worst thing a song can do is not make me feel," Carpenter says. "I want a song to tell me too much." After growing out of his church upbringing of mission trips and "sad Jesus songs," Carpenter found himself in Anchorage, Alaska, where Medium Build began to take its full form. A songwriter first, Carpenter finds inspiration in storytellers like Billy Joel and Randy Newman, combining narrative lyrics with an R&B-tinged, guitar-driven production style. Medium Build is an amalgamation of genres and influences with Carpenter at its core, approaching life and music with humor, empathy and casual absurdity.

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