Holly Drummond is a 22 year old singer/songwriter from Scotland. Holly started showcasing her music to the world at the age of 15 when she started posting videos onto YouTube. It was her cover of “Alejandro” by Lady Gaga that attracted over 150,000 views, gaining her hundreds of fans and kick starting her music career.

  Since then, Holly has released five EPs. The four most recent - Cloud NineIn the Dark, Diving In and Battle Lines - are available on iTunes. The lead track of In the Dark, 'These Four Walls', has been featured in a few episodes of the UK TV show Hollyoaks. 'Diving In' has also been featured on Sky Sports. When Cloud Nine was released in 2012 it charted at number 10 in the iTunes Singer/Songwriter chart, attracting attention from iTunes who labelled it as 'New and Noteworthy'.

  Holly Drummond’s talent for writing has seen her win the Burnsong Under 21 Singer/Songwriter Award and also be nominated for The Forth One To Watch Award. As well as writing and playing all the instruments on her tracks (including cello), she records, mixes and produces them all herself in her own bedroom studio.

  In addition to writing her own original songs, Holly Drummond writes and records vocals for Electronic Dance Music artists. Holly has worked with promising producers such as Tut Tut Child, Direct, Rameses B, Mr FijiWij and many others. She has had releases on the Canadian EDM label Monstercat which have charted at Number 1 in the iTunes Albums Chart.

  Through her collaborations with many other artists and her own videos, Holly has racked up an impressive total of over 20 million views on YouTube. As well as her EDM collaborations, Holly has worked with other singer/songwriters such as Lewis Mokler, Frank Hamilton and fellow Scot, Danny Shah.

  Holly's new solo single will be released in November 2016.