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Monday 6th March 2006

The founders of Holland explain the change to Lonely Hearts.

THE FOUNDERS of the rock band Holland, who enjoyed considerable success with the Tooth & Nail album 'Photographs And Tidal Waves' and who toured with such acts as Relient K and Bleach, have explained why the band disappeared after just one album. Josiah Holland, who with brother Will started the group in 2001, told HM magazine, "The more we toured, played and evolved as a band I think we saw something different in us and something different in Will as a songwriter. We started the Lonely Hearts for this to be an outlet for that while never quite closing the door on Holland. In the end we decided to not do Holland anymore and just focus on Lonely Hearts." The Lonely Hearts album 'The Paper Tapes' is released this month by Tooth & Nail. CR

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