The Black Hollies

Justin Angelo Morey - Vocals/guitar
Ashley Anderson Morey - Bass/vocals
Jon Gonnelli - Farfisa/ guitar/vocals
Herbert Wiley - Guitar/vocals
Nick Ferrante - Drums

Led by Justin Angelo Morey and his long-time collaborators Herbert Wiley and Jon Gonnelli (all three of whom are also members of the recently reunited Rye Coalition) as well as drummer Nick Ferrante (White Hills), the band's latest album is the product of nearly three years of writing and recording.

Initially conceived in 2010 the record was repeatedly scrapped and restarted while Morey demoed a huge amount of music in both Jersey City and Nashville. Ultimately he entered Moonlight Mile studio in Hoboken with engineer Mike Moebius in January of 2012 with 20+ songs loosely arranged in his head and a plan to put them all to tape over the course of 3 weekends. Instead the process took nearly a year of constant recording and rearranging, with the band members all contributing to an endless wall of sounds utilizing rare fuzz boxes and old combo organs and Morey himself tracking everything from his usual bass and vocals to drums and guitar.

The end result is the most timeless record of the bands career with influences as divergent as Spacemen 3, Can, The 13th Floor Elevators, and The Stone Roses weaving in and out of noise drenched pop songs and extensive hallucinatory suites that never fully obscure the catchy core that exists Somewhere Between Here And Nowhere.

The Black Hollies - Somewhere Between Here and Nowhere
October 22, 2013
Ernest Jenning Record Co.
The Black Hollies - Softly Towards The Light
October 6, 2009
Ernest Jenning Record Co.
The Black Hollies / The Dansettes - Hush b/w Forty Days
March 20, 2007
Ernest Jenning Record Co.
The Black Hollies - Casting Shadows
February 12, 2008
Ernest Jenning Record Co.
The Black Hollies - Tell Me What You Want
November 12, 2005
Ernest Jenning Record Co.
The Black Hollies - Crimson Reflections
April 25, 2006
Ernest Jenning Record Co. / Telstar Records

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