Sills & Smith Release Hold Tight Music Video

The Glorious Ache by Sills & SmithFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Ottawa, October 7, 2013 – A new music video for Hold Tight, the opening track from the Sills & Smith studio album The Glorious Ache has been released. The video was made by Megan Robertson, a wonderfully talented Ottawa photographer and filmmaker. Hold Tight was written by Frank Smith, Jeremy Sills and Jonathan Edwards. It was recorded and produced by Jonathan Edwards at Corvidae Music in Ottawa. Watch the video now on YouTube.


Sills & Smith is an independent, alternative folk/rock band based in Ottawa, Canada. The group includes Jeremy Sills, Frank Smith and Jonathan Edwards. The band has released three critically acclaimed albums of all original material: The Glorious Ache (2013), No Way In, No Way Out (2012) and Uncertain Vista (2011). These are full-length efforts recorded and produced by Jonathan Edwards in his studio, Corvidae Music.

The new music video and several others from all three studio albums are also posted on the band’s ReverbNation and Facebook pages, where you can hear many full Sills & Smith songs streaming. Links to Sills & Smith on iTunes, Amazon, eMusic, CD Baby and other retailers that sell the band’s music are provided on its social media sites.

Hold Tight is about surviving the perils of life in the concrete, urban jungle. We had great fun working with Megan Robertson. Enjoy the video.

For more information:

Sills & Smith band on Reverbnation:

Sills & Smith band on Facebook:

Sills & Smith band on Twitter: @SillsandSmith

Note from Christine:

I discovered this band by accident when I was doing some work on ReverbNation for a client and I’m so glad I did because I love their music! Do check them out and watch these videos too.  These guys are great!

The music of Sills and Smith has met with favourable reviews in respected music journals including: Cashbox Canada Magazine, Sea of Tranquility and Snob’s Music. Both Uncertain Vista and No Way In, No Way Out were lauded for excellence, making Snob’s Music’s Best of 2011 and Best of 2012 lists respectively. The band is known for its distinctive sound, an adventurous musical palette that is equal parts folk, progressive rock and alternative rock.

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