"Slow-paced but fast-burning - minimal yet wholly effecting. An artist whose span results in extremely special music"
- Clash Magazine 

"Holy Boy stuns: Utterly immersive; smoky and classic"
- The Line Of Best Fit

“Mystifying and atmospheric"

"Step into Jæger's dark wonderland - if you dare"
- Popdust 

"One of the best things you'll hear all year"
- Soundsphere Magazine


Holy Boy is the musical moniker of LA based, Norwegian-born alternative artist Helene Alexandra Jæger. Her debut EP was recorded at Ben Hillier’s (Depeche Mode, The Horrors, Blur++) Pool Studios in London and released to acclaim in 2017, with single “The Blood Moon” being premiered on BBC Radio 1 and Holy Boy showcasing at festivals including CMJ, NXNE and SXSW.


There's a moment on Holy Boy's debut EP during medieval sea shanty 'Deep Sky' - after the harpsichords, unresolved baritone guitar and broken jazz drum patterns have played out - where a wall of psychedelic distortion creeps up and envelopes the listener, obliterating everything that's come before. In a sense, this is how Holy Boy writes songs. She waits for the energy to build to extreme proportion, then channels it.

Originally from Norway, LA based alternative singer songwriter Helene Alexandra Jæger’s debut is a collection of tragic outlier love songs - as she herself calls it "explorations in consciousness". Taking sonic cues from artists like Suicide, The Shangri La's and the world of David Lynch, Holy Boy's arrangements are sparse yet atmospheric - Jæger's old soul contralto pushed through haunting vocal effects floats over primal drums and vintage organs.

Holy Boy is currently recording her debut album.

Photo: Dylan Long

Photo: Dylan Long