Wednesday, 27 May, 2020

Only The Young cover James Bay’s ‘Hold Back The River’ dedicated to Parisa’s mother!

It's an emotional cover.

X Factor 2014 finalists Only The Young have celebrated two years of an incredible journey by covering James Bay’s ‘Hold Back The River’.


Only The Young have announced their new cover tonight ‘Hold Back The River’ dedicated to Parisa Tarjomani’s mother, Sophia who sadly passed away.

December 2014 Parisa lost her mother during her time on The X Factor, so the new cover means so much more than a two year celebration of the groups journey.

The cover video features footage of Only The Young on The X Factor and press events which summarise the amazing experiences they’ve encountered.

The cover brought a tear to our eye as it features special moments with Sophia in, that the group thought appropriate to include for their fans.

Watch ‘Hold Back The River’ below:

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