Holly Lovelady reveals the affirming “Helvellyn”

Renowned for her enchanting vocals and genre-defying sound, emerging artist Holly Lovelady has dropped her latest single, “Helvellyn.” This modern ballad seamlessly blends electro-pop and folk melodies, delving into the narrative of life’s journeys, struggles, and triumphs.

Lovelady, praising it as her best song yet, describes “Helvellyn” as a metaphor for life’s twists and turns, emphasising the power of perseverance. “This song speaks to the soul,” she affirms.

Rooted in her musical beginnings at her Nan and Grandad’s house, where she discovered her passion for music through the timeless tunes of Doris Day and Frank Sinatra, Lovelady’s journey took a bold turn when she approached a Liverpool recording studio to cover Chris De Burgh’s classic Christmas song. The resulting track gained significant traction on YouTube, laying the foundation for her growing fanbase.

With radio support from BBC London, BBC Merseyside, BBC Cumbria, and Radio 6, Lovelady is set for live shows in Liverpool and London. Reflecting on her journey, she shares, “Last year was a wild ride! I’ve discovered who I am as an artist and as a singer-songwriter. Confident in my work, I’m going to persevere, be kind, and be brave.” Named after the Lake District’s infamous mountain, “Helvellyn” symbolises life’s challenges and rewards.

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