Holly Wild Unveils Her Latest Single “Thrill Of It”

It’s hard not to be swept away by Holly Wild‘s buoyancy and enchantment as an Australian singer-songwriter and composer.

Musical upbringing: Holly’s father sang and played Roy Orbison on the guitar, therefore she grew up in an environment of music.

She grew up listening to rock and folk music luminaries from the ’60s and ’70s. One of Holly’s key goals is to inspire and motivate people.

A strong community is her goal, and she hopes to achieve it via the power of music. The music she’s been creating with an open heart and a newfound feeling of optimism will motivate you to get up and move. Through her music, Holly is able to connect with her audience on a deeper level. Also, she treasures her ability to tell tales via her songs.

Holly Wild Unveils Her Latest Single "Thrill Of It"
Holly Wild Unveils Her Latest Single “Thrill Of It”

“Thrill of It” is her most recent song, and she sings of the euphoria you get when you’re in the company of someone you know you shouldn’t be.

The agony may be self-inflicted, self-punishment, or just a pleasurable experience for some individuals. For others, though, the suffering is so exciting that they refuse to leave it. Holly’s voice has an emotive edge that will leave you enthralled, and you won’t be able to resist its allure.

There’s a tinge of nostalgia in the air if you’re paying closely. She has a distinct voice and appearance because of the many different influences she draws from.

We’re drawn in like moths to a flame if there’s something intriguing and frightening around. That part of you that has been dormant for a long time is awakened.

You don’t have to sacrifice the essence of a contemporary folk song in order to become a pop star.

MrrrDaisy is the Owner of Music Arena Gh.  As a graphic designer, blogger and social media expert, he is a confident and creative designer who is self-motivated, self-sufficient and comes to you with a strong background in both print and digital media. He currently lives and studies Digital Media at Nottingham College, United Kingdom.

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