Los Angeles alt-rocker, Liv Slingerland has premiered her anthemic new single “Hold On To.” Self-described as “energetic, angsty, yet optimistic” — the new song has a catchy hook and sound reminiscent of the 90s. While the vibrant number begs for you to sing-along to its buoyant melodies, the lyrics “tell a story about searching for a safe place or person in the midst of feeling predominantly stressed, anxious, and lost.”
Stream Liv Slingerland’s new song “Hold On To”
Slingerland released her debut single, “Shouldn’t Bother” in June 2016 (stream it below). After a year, she’s finally given us a taste of her new music with “Hold On To.” Additionally, Slingerland will soon release “Come Back To Me.” All three tracks will be part of Slingerland’s debut EP, produced by herself and co-producer Scott Heiner (drummer of MUNA).
Liv Slingerland’s new tunes have been translating great live with a newly settled lineup including Madison Scheckel on guitar, Genna Projansky on bass, and India Pascucci on drums. Together, the three bandmates and Liv Slingerland will continue to round out their music both in and out of the studio.
Upcoming LA Dates
Liv Slingerland will perform on July 1 at Chinatown Summer Nights on the LA Weekly Live Music Stage. Also on the lineup are Lauren Ruth Ward, Color Caves, YIP YOPS, Bobby Blunders, Livingmore, and Lovers & Poets.
You can also catch Liv Slingerland live on July 22 at Frog Spot.
For more show dates and new music, follow Liv Slingerland via her Facebook page.