Holly Munro is a songwriter based in Dublin, Ireland who creates electronic infused folk pop songs. Together with producer Luke Potashnick, she works at Wool Hall Studios in Frome, Somerset, which was previously owned by Tears for Fears during the recording of "Songs from the Big Chair". Munro's distinctive sound and visual style have earned her appearances at festivals like All Together Now and Electric Picnic, as well as opening slots for acts such as Hudson Taylor and Conor Scott.
In 2018, while touring as a backing vocalist for Hudson Taylor and Hozier in the US, Canada, and Europe, Munro released her debut single "Fukc Fear" under the name HALLI. Despite not being featured on any editorial playlists, the track still managed to garner over 70k plays. Her subsequent releases "Body Never Lies" and "Your Love (My Way)" showcased her unique vocals and lyrical style, drawing inspiration from electronic acts like FKA Twigs and Bjork, as well as earthier artists like Joni Mitchell and Big Thief. These songs received high praise from publications such as Nialler9, The Last Mixed Tape, and Totally Irish, and even caught the attention of BBC Introducing, who dubbed Munro a "phenomenal new talent."