Prolific pop-punk rapper Hollow River is sharing his new single and music video “Change.” The song was recorded at NYC’s legendary Power Station Studios in December 2022.
Watch the video here:
MacDonald shares his thoughts:
“This is a song about outgrowing close friends who feel small when I chase my dreams and needing to make a change to be around people who treat me better and are happy about my successes.”
MacDonald is a former Berklee College of Music student. He dropped out with one semester left, only to pursue his career full-time.
Of the decision to record under a different moniker, MacDonald says:
“Sometimes there is confusion on whether or not Hollow River is a band, to which I say “Hollow River is not a band—but I have a band, and they are great.”
According to the press release:
“Hollow River has had a prolific year, what with the release of two EPs in the last three months alone: the studio EP ‘Backbay Dropout,’ which dropped in April, and the stripped-down ‘HR Acoustic, Vol 1,’ which was released on June 28.
Presave “Change” here.
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Photo courtesy of Hollow River