Brand New animated video from THE WHOLLS

Brand New animated video from THE WHOLLS



Watch Angry Faces video here

“The Wholls are being touted as the sound of 2016…Debut single X21 is indie rock with a light dash of dub, and is the culmination of two years’ worth of BBC Introducing and Battle of the Bands-type attention.”

The Guardian

“Camden remains a fervent breeding ground that will inevitably spew up many more next big things……….I’ve been blown away by The Wholls.”


“The Wholls…destined to become the biggest band the UK has produced for years.”

BBC Introducing

“With one of the most accomplished and direct debut singles we’ve heard in a long time, let us introduce you to The Wholls. Anthemic, radio-friendly, tightly produced and packing a sucker punch of a chorus.”

Record Of The Day

“This is a band I have a feeling might just outdo all those critic choices and ride a wave of grassroots support to serious success.”

I Am Music

The Wholls (Wolz) are a Bedford-based 4 piece who play alternative rock music for venues packed with manic fans, with a sound that sits equally as comfortably on mainstream radio along with the likes of Jamie T, Royal Blood and Foals. Their energetic & edgy live performances have steadily been building them a legion of loyal fans. Not going unnoticed at TV and Radio the band have already featured on C4 show ‘Future Sounds’ alongside Carl Barat & Blossoms. ‘X21’ was Record Of The Day on Radio X and added to the coveted Radio 1 BBC Introducing Playlist this week.


X21 Video


The video for ‘Angry Faces’ has been created by renowned animator Jake Lava. The band were big fans of his work, Tordy says “We love the way he’s captured the essence of our track with an animation and story that all people no matter what class, race, gender can relate to. We’re really vibing off it and we’re hoping everyone else will too. So when you have had a shitty day take a watch of this video and give your two fingers up to the world, say fuck them and kill them with kindness!”

Frontman Tordy is garnering a reputation as an electrifying presence on stage, resulting in the band being sought after and exclusively booked to open the show at last years prestigious Miss World in December. Held at The Beauty Ground Theatre in China this is the first time in the events 65 year history that a new band has been chosen to open the show. Past performers have included Bryan Ferry, Enrique Iglesias and Robert Plant to name a few.

Their debut single ‘X21’ out 4th March is a great introduction to a sound that is distinctively ‘The Wholls’. Energetic, edgy and accessible.


The fully supported release combined with a string of dates, ensures The Wholls will be making their presence felt live, on TV screens and on radio stations throughout the UK.


Live Shows

11/2 – Canvas, Bournemouth

19/2 – King Tuts, Glasgow

25/2 – RADAR, Under The Bridge, London

26/2 – Bullingdon, Oxford

11/3 – Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes

12/3 – Telford’s Warehouse, Chester

1/4 – This Feeling -The Joiners, Southhampton

2/4 – This Feeling -Hope And Ruin, Brighton

9/4 -This Feeling – Cookie, Leicester

15/4 – This Feeling – Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham

16/4 – This Feeling- Rocking Chair, Sheffield

30/4 – This Feeling – Esquires, Bedford




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