Holly Humberstone put on a magical performance in Minneapolis on Monday night. Opening for girl in red on her sold-out US tour is no easy feat, but Holly Humberstone did it with ease showcasing her beautiful vocals and storytelling to the sold-out crowd at First Avenue.
The way Holly is able to capture raw emotion in the lyrics of her songs is extraordinary. The way she delivers her personal, yet relatable stories is beautiful and intimate in the most unexpected way.
Highlights of her set include the performance of "London Is Lonely," "The Walls Are Way Too Thin", and "Scarlett." Her most streamed track, "Falling Asleep At The Wheel," was another special moment.
A few days ago she released a cover of Prince's "I Would Die 4 U" and it is definitely one you find yourself playing on repeat. The way she turned the iconic track into her own style is so well done. From being Prince's hometown, to First Avenue forever being tied to his legacy, it comes as no surprise that Minneapolis fans have a special place in their heart for this tune.
Holly Humberstone has been making waves in the music industry in a surprisingly short amount of time. She's been quickly gaining a following and it's so well deserved and that was beyond evident on Monday night in Minneapolis. In 2020 she released her debut EP, "Falling Asleep At The Wheel" and quickly gained over 2 million monthly listeners. This is only the beginning for Holly Humberstone and it is pretty clear that she is going to continue making waves in the industry for years to come.