Lola Marsh find a way to “Hold On” in the lush string crescendos of new single

Lola Marsh
Photo by Michal Topyol

Lola Marsh, the Tel Aviv duo of vocalist Yael Shoshana Cohen and multi-instrumentalist & producer Gil Landau, have shared the final single “Hold On” from their upcoming album Someday Tomorrow Maybe. A lush crescendo of lilting string melodies, which alternate between light caresses and passionate cascades as they envelop Cohen’s piercing vocals, the song is one of desperation and hope.

Between Landau’s grandiose instrumentals and the pained cries of Cohen, “Hold On” finds such spaciousness to let its aching emotionalities to grow into something worthy of the kind of love that comes with being unable to let something, or someone, go. The single follows the more stripped-down, “What Am I,” a folk-piece that sees the duo sharing the microphone and bleeding out all their robust introspections into lilting poetry.

“‘Hold On’ refers to a chaotic and confusing time for us. We struggled to keep it all together- the band, our personal lives and our changing relationships. We truly believe that our greatest success lies in that we have been able to keep our music alive and overcome many challenges during these times.”

Lola Marsh will is currently on tour and will be making a stop at the Resident in Los Angeles on February 11 with support from The Morning Yells. Their new album Someday Tomorrow Maybe is out January 24, pre-order it here. Visit their website, Facebook, and Instagram to stay updated on new releases and tour announcements.

Lola Marsh Tour

January 16 – Paloma, Nimes, France
January 18 – FM4 Birthday Party, Vienna, Austria
January 22 – Trianon, Paris, France
February 8 – Rough Trade, New York, USA
February 10 – Rickshaw, San Francisco, USA
February 11 – Resident, Los Angeles, USA
February 28 – Spielboden, Dornbin, Austria
February 29 – Mascotte, Zurich, Switzerland
March 3 – Rockhouse, Salzburg, Austria
March 4 – Dom, Graz, Austri
March 5 – Kino Siska, Ljubljana, Slovenia
March 6 – Akvarium, Budapest, Hungary
March 14 – Palac Akropolis, Prague, Czech
March 16 – Bi Nuu, Berlin, Germany
March 17 – Nochtspeicher, Hamburg, Germany
March 18 – Artheater, Koln, Germany
March 19 – Café de la Danse, Paris, France
March 26 – Sala Razzmataa 3, Barcelona, Spain
March 27 – Ski Deal, Alpes d’Huez, FranceMarch 28 – Ego Festival, Munich, Germany

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