Later with… Hollie Cook

8 Nov

HER RECORD label describes the sound as “tropical pop” but Hollie Cook’s self-titled debut album covers a far wider genre – a melodious and hauntingly captivating mix of dub, ska and reggae.

Born and raised in west London, Hollie became a professional actress, singer and model at a young age, before – at the behest of family friend and Slits singer Ari Up – joining the band as its “second singer” on tour and in the recording studio. Now solo, she sang two of the songs off her own album, Body Beat and Milk & Honey, on the long-running BBC music programme Later with Jools Holland in November. Hollie’s parents, Sex Pistols drummer Paul and nutrition consultant and raw food chef Jeni, have a home in Marbella and regularly visit the Coast to relax away from the spotlight.

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