UK natives CAEZAR Release New Single “Hold On” | @hailcaezar1 |

 

UK natives CAEZAR have announced their much anticipated debut EP ‘HAIL!’ and have just shared their exciting new single with the world, titled ‘Hold On’. The group will be making their release through RG Records and have had the pleasure of having Justin Broad on board as the producer for this latest project, who has produced for names such as Jessie JEmeli SandéIzzy Bizu and Corinne Bailey RaeHAIL!’ also boasts mastering by formidable mastering engineer Stuart Hawkes, who’s work on artists such as Amy WinehouseClean BanditJess Glynne and Rudimental and has been indispensable to pop music the world over. Playing alongside giant names such as HozierJames Bay and Jack GarrettCAEZAR can really hold their own in the scene and have had the pleasure of playing at the award-winning independent Barn on the Farm Festival as well as being featured on the acclaimed radio platform BBC Music Introducing, who have discovered many exceptional UK artists in the pop-rock genre such as Declan McKenna and Catfish and the Bottlemen.

CAEZAR’s single Hold On starts off with an infectious guitar lick that sets the mood of the song – pensive but upbeat. When Chris Quigley’s vocals enter the mix, it’s easy to hear that the group can be likened to modern pop-rock heroes Imagine Dragons and Bastille. The band’s mix of skillfully-played live instruments and expertly produced electronic beats coupled with strong, melodic lead vocals creates an impressively versatile sound. While there is a clear thoughtfulness in the lyricism and delivery of ‘Hold On, the track still manages to create an uplifting, anthemic mood, with a dash of funk thrown in, much like the work of Will Heard. The track is one that’ll touch the listener on an emotional level while still making sure that the dancefloor is packed with bodies moving to the crisp, fun beats.

The band explained that, “Just because you love someone, doesn’t mean it’s right. ‘Hold On’ was written out of the conflicted feelings of breaking up with someone who you still love. The track was one of the first songs the band wrote, and has since come to life after years of performing the track at festivals and finally in the studio with Justin Broad.”