When listening to indie band Reddenhollow, you will likely hear a story about yourself. The intricate, guitar-based songs on the debut EP, Haunt Me, tell the story that ensues the end of a troubled relationship - the break up with yourself. With the familiar company of anxiety and loneliness, Taylor Moses, the main songwriter and voice in the band, takes you through the journey of self-rediscovery that follows a loss. Reddenhollow does not fear being vulnerable, but rather critiques humanity’s dismay of the forbidden act of crying in public. The palpable respect for grief compels you to consider the strength of lament and that suffering is a shared experience.