Indie alt-pop quartet The Hollow Party speaks to me, musically. The previously-born-in-Baltimore group reconnected in Nashville and started cranking out their brand of alt-pop. It’s like a mix between Green Day in the 2000s, Death of a Bachelor Panic! At the Disco, and late 2010s instrumentation. In other words, it’s a frantic song about betrayal and deception masked as a bouncy pop anthem. No, really, that’s how they described the song to me. And yes, that’s why I’m writing about it. It’s nostalgic but also fresh and modern. It’s comforting in its familiarity, but isn’t afraid to try something different. So check it out below and support dope music in all its forms.