Slow Hollows has shared a new video for “Come Back In.” The track is the follow-up to “Get Along.” The video was shot on 16mm film was directed by American Millenial with cinematography by Jacob “Kuba” Bojsza and stars dancer Jaira Miller. Slow Hollows has released two singles this year so far, following 2018’s “Lessons for Later,” which arrived with a Kevin Abstract directed video, and “Selling Flowers.” With a performance at Lollapalooza still to come this Summer
“We filmed it in the San Fernando Valley on the hottest day of summer in 2018,”frontman Austin Anderson says of the visual. “Throughout the video, she makes her way through different corners of the greater Los Angeles area, concluding the day with a beautiful dance sequence in the hills of Malibu.”
Slow Hollows have developed their own sound, inspired by local punk venues like The Smell, where they booked shows for themselves and recorded their 2015 debut Atelophobia in just two days. Their follow-up Romantic came the year after, and since then, the band wrapped up their 2018 North American fall tour.
Austin Anderson has been busy, since Romantic, working on a number of projects including Tyler, The Creator’s Flower Boy and Frank Ocean’s Endless and Blonde; as well as walking the runway for YSL and Louis Vuitton, working on the score for two Jerrod Carmichael HBO specials, and starring in a Calvin Klein campaign alongside friend and collaborator Kevin Abstract.
Slow Hollows began as a solo-project for 21-year-old frontman Austin W. Anderson (FKA Austin Feinstein). After finding some like-minded musicians to play with, the band’s lineup was solidified and they self-released several projects.