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Watch Holy F perform new music from Deleter live in the q studio

Canadian electronica band Holy F dropped by the q music studio to talk about their new album, Deleter, which comes out later this week.
Canadian electronica band Holy F dropped by the q music studio to talk about their new album, Deleter, which comes out later this week. 9:52
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Holy F has been a part of Canada's electronic music scene for more than 15 years. Their DIY approach to making music involves using items like toy guns, plastic keyboards and film synchronizers to bring something new to their sound.

Band members Graham Walsh, Brian Borcherdt, Matt Schulz and Matt McQuaid dropped by the q music studio to perform a few new songs from their forthcoming album Deleter, which comes out later this week. Walsh and Borcherdt also sat down with host Tom Power to talk about how the band's approach to making music has changed over the years.

Watch Holy F perform their new song Free Gloss below and watch the interview above.

Holy F perform their song Free Gloss live in the q music studio. 7:02

Holy F is heading out on tour in March. Their new album Deleter will be available on Friday, Jan. 17.

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