George Holliday

“Ivory Eyes”


George Holliday has spent 2.5 years collaborating with musicians across Europe in Bespoke built Studio Bus to create an album that has since amassed 700,000 streams and 3 Editorial Spotify Playlists!

Following support from BBC Radio 1 Xtra and landing day time playlisting on RTE 1, articles in Lonely Planet, The Insider, and writing bespoke title sequences for a Series on Discovery Channel. His latest single ‘Ivory Eyes’ is George’s first followup since the album.

Influenced by the sounds of RY X and SYML ‘Ivory Eyes’ shares George’s feelings of the world today through the eyes of his piano, hence Ivory Eyes as the title, and convincingly portrays the sonic future vision of George as he prepares for multiple releases into the second half of 2021.

‘Ivory Eyes’ is a very relatable story about the ‘lack of control’ the music industry and society instigates and the mission is to take back control and land Ivory Eyes a title sequence of it’s own: “Because i can feel i’ve got, Got lost in my head, ohhhh. And I can’t take control, What is happening today”

FORMAT: Digital Single
RELEASE DATE: 30th July 2021


To date George has amassed 700,000 streams on the album with his single releases, truly demonstrating the potential reach of this album.
– Radio: The singles have gained recognition from national radio such as ‘BBC Radio 1’, ‘RTÉ 1’ and has been BBC Track of the Day multiple times.
– Spotify – With 4 Spotify Editorial Playlists under his belt such as ‘Easy’, and ‘Mellow Pop’ George has displayed that the album not only attracts an audience that are aware of his story, but that the story is recognised and appreciated due to the quality of the music too.
– Blogs – Having featured in ‘Lonely Planet’, ‘The Insider’, ‘Average Joe’s Men’s Health’ and many more, as well as winning ‘Pioneer in Music’ with Darkus Magazine
– George has recently landed producing and writing on a Discovery Channel Series expected to be released this Autumn as well as a series on Channel 5 called ‘Million Pound Motorhomes’ where he speaks about his life on the road making music.


George has been documenting his the whole experience on the road with a weekly show, sharing his travels – both musically and visually.