Holly Humberstone Debuts “Into Your Room”

Holly Humberstone has share new single "Into Your Room." The track is off the UK singer/songwriter's forthcoming album Painy My Bedroom Black
Holly Humberstone Photo credit: Constantine, Spence

Holly Humberstone has released “Into Your Room” today, the track was produced by longtime collaborator Rob Milton and Ethan Gruska (Phoebe Bridgers, Fiona Apple). “Into Your Room” is the latest single from her debut album Paint My Bedroom Black out October 13 via Darkroom/Geffen/Polydor Records.

Recorded at Gruska’s studio outside of Los Angeles, Humberstone wrote “Into Your Room” in one day while experimenting with pawn shop-bought instruments and synths. The track captures her guilt from not being present in her new relationship and reflects the album’s expansive sonic moments that channel the feeling of hurtling down the Pacific Coast Highway on a summer evening.

When Humberstone first brought her intimate live shows to audiences in 2021, fans were already singing every word from her breakout 2020 EP, Falling Asleep At The Wheel. A select run of global dates followed, featuring sold-out shows at Los Angeles’ Roxy Theatre and multiple nights at New York’s Bowery Ballroom, which led to Humberstone being invited on tour with Olivia Rodrigo and Girl in Red in 2022.

Most recently, Humberstone released her track “Superbloodmoon” featuring American singer and songwriter d4vd. Recorded in London, the duo wrote the song in a few hours, imagining two people staring at the extraordinary lunar eclipse from opposite sides of the world. Humberstone also released the double A-Side singles “Antichrist” and “Room Service.”

Holly Humberstone
Paint My Bedroom Black

Paint My Bedroom Black
Into Your Room
Kissing In Swimming Pools
Ghost Me
Superbloodmoon (featuring d4vd)
Baby Blues
Elvis Impersonators
Room Service

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