Holy Ramen Seeks The Lonely Safety Of Sanctuary

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Holy Ramen is an emerging singer/songwriter from Toronto, Canada. A lifelong musician, she started producing her own original songs when she was just 12 years old. The budding bedroom producer kept her music to herself for years. Then at the age of 21 the singer went public with the sound she had created and launched her professional solo recording career.

Since her 2019 debut song “Take 1” the prolific genre-bending artist has produced five singles and a full length album. With an introspective and confessional songwriting style, Holy Ramen’s sound mixes elements of Rock, Emo and Hip-hop for a unique Alt-Pop vibe. In her songs she explores the universally relatable themes of mental health issues and interpersonal relationships with personal commentaries inspired by her own experiences and hardships.

“Sanctuary” is the latest single from Holy Ramen, released worldwide to all major streaming services on November 19, 2021. The song is a downtempo Dark Pop track built around an organic Alternative Rock guitar/bass/drum groove. The band alternates between a slow funk verse and an ethereal and melancholy chorus. Meanwhile, Holy sings and raps about retreating from the world to the safety, comfort and solitude of her wooded sanctuary. The song was inspired by life during the pandemic.

The lockdown made me give up on being social. The world looked bleak, and I had that urge to run into the wilderness and be alone.

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Check out the official “Sanctuary” lyric video below. You can also hear the song on the Deep Indie Dive playlist, of listen on your favorite streaming service. Follow the links below to connect with Holy Ramen. Get on her socials and get in the loop on all of the music to come as she continues this multi-genre musical journey.


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