Hollow River hits their breaking point in “Change”


Credit: Sergio Petraccone

Canadian pop punk rapper Hollow River has just released their newest single “Change”, giving us a sneak peek into their upcoming EP, set to come out later this year.

“Change” is an explosive rant that does not mince words; the rapper immediately starts the attack by calling their subject a “half-assed little bitch”, successfully setting the tone for the rest of the song. The aggressive lyrics embody the breaking point of a person that has had enough, and is looking to cut ties in order to move forward and make changes.

The song has a classic pop punk structure, very reminiscent of the early 2000’s. With high energy and massive speeds, the melody reflects the sheer frustration in the lyrics, making for a great song to headbang to when you’re very angry. “Change” gives the listener room to release their anger and look forward to the future at the same time.

Check out the music video for “Change” below:

“Change” is now available on all streaming platforms.

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