British singer-songwriter Holly Humberstone, while she looks forward to a performance at Coachella and her upcoming tour with Olivia Rodrigo, performed at House of Blues this past week. The BRIT Rising Star recipient opened to a packed house, swathed in moody red lights, switching between guitar and piano during her set. The crowd loved her set — and they should, considering some of them had been waiting to get in since 11:00AM.
She began her 35-minute performance with “Overkill,” the third track off her debut EP Falling Asleep at the Wheel. Moving foward, she continued with “Please Don’t Leave Just Yet,” a track inspired and produced by The 1975‘s Matty Healy. Lots of people in the audience were singing with her on “Sleep Tight,” “Deep End,” and she then segued into her newest release, “London is Lonely.”
As she began finishing out her set, Holly moved into “Falling Asleep at the Wheel,” title track of her first album, released Fall 2020. The crowd remained lively as she then performed “Scarlett,” milestone single from her 2021 album Deezer Sessions, and finally “The Walls are Way Too Thin.” Although the crowd was excited for girl in red’s set, it was clear that they’d been there to see Holly Humberstone, equally as much.
The rest of Holly Humberstone’s with girl in red are sold out, but there are still tickets available for Coachella on April 11, as well as at the Glass House Concert Hall in Pomona, California and the Van Buren in Phoenix. Those two shows take place on April 21 and 22, respectively. And if none of those shows work with your schedule, be sure to check out her music online!