The acclaimed sister quartet, folk-pop outfit, SHEL, are using their beautiful music to uplift, encourage and assist the women of Hope Springz, featured in the award-winning documentary “Beyond Karma.” Hope Springz is a craft center empowering women to support themselves by making jewelry, specifically rainbow colored bracelets. SHEL’s new single, premiering today, “Rainbow,” brings activism to these women of Hope Springz, bringing awareness in telling the world about them. SHEL’s Eva Holbrook traveled to India to make the music video for “Rainbow,” focusing on the need to raise funds and awareness for the women of Hope Springz. The music video features these women with such joy and enthusiasm on their faces.
“Rainbow” is featured on SHEL’s forthcoming EP, Wild Child, produced with Joey Verskotzi and Tim Myers (previously of OneRepublic). SHEL’s music has been featured in numerous films, television shows and commercials, including “The Best of Me,” “The Fourth Phase,” “Depth Perception,” “Charged,” “Shameless,” “The Fosters,” “Riverdale,” “Search Party,” commercials for Chevy, Toys R’ Us, Panadol, Splenda and Glade. The sisters have toured extensively throughout the U.S. and Europe, sharing the stage with such exceptional and fan favorite acts as Amos Lee and world-renowned orchestras, including the score for Facebook’s hit television series, “Queen America,” starring Catherine Zeta-Jones.
Watch the music video for “Rainbow,” featuring the women of Hope Springz:
Sarah Holbrook – violin, bass guitar, vocals
Hannah Holbrook – keyboard, piano, vocals
Eva Holbrook – mandolin, electric guitar, lead vocals
Stream and download the single here