New Hope Club Need No ‘Permission’ With Compelling New Single

New Hope Club have just revealed their brand new single, ‘Permission’. The catchy track is upbeat and compelling, with close harmonies and a bouncy dance rhythm.

Highlighting the expert musicianship of New Hope Club, ‘Permission’ is very likely to go down an absolute storm when performed live – there’s a great drop in the last third which is absolutely tailor-made for the band to stop playing and encourage the audience to clap their hands and sing along.

Speaking about the release of ‘Permission’, guitarist George Smith said,

We are so excited for ‘Permission’ to come out; we love this song and can’t wait to play it live. We think it’s awesome that none of our fans have heard this one before, we hope they enjoy it.

‘Permission’ has been added to Spotify’s prestigious ‘New Music Friday Playlist UK’, which has over 685,000 followers, as well as Apple Music’s ‘Best Of The Week’ playlist. The single has gone straight into the iTunes Top 20, and is currently the highest new single release, at the number 17 spot.

April sees New Hope Club head out around the UK & Ireland, along with HRVY, on The Vamps ‘Four Corners’ 22 date tour of the UK and Ireland. The tour starts on April 27 at Plymouth Pavilions, before visiting all “four corners” of the UK, including Glasgow, Liverpool, Manchester, London, Belfast, and Dublin, and finishing off in Bournemouth, on June 1. You can find all dates and venues here.

‘Permission’ is out now, and can be streamed and downloaded here.

 

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