Rising pop-trio New Hope Club have just revealed the video for latest single, ‘Permission’. The video sees the band throwing a party and performing in the basement of their friend’s house, unbeknown to the parents who are upstairs also partying. The catchy and upbeat track amplifies the band’s excellent musicianship, and is sure to go down a storm live. ‘Permission’ was added into Spotify’s prestigious New Music Friday Playlist UK (685k followers) on day of release, and has also been added to New Pop Revolution (142k followers) and Apple Music’s Best Of The Week playlist. Watch the video:
April sees the band head out on the ‘Four Corners’ tour around the UK & Ireland, with The Vamps and HRVY. They will kick things off on 27thApril at Plymouth’s Pavilions, and visit all corners of the UK including Nottingham, Glasgow, Manchester, and more. The tour will wrap up on 1st June at Bournemouth’s International Centre, before hitting London’s O2 on 25th May. See full details and buy tickets, here.
We got tour around London last Friday, as part of the ‘Permission’ launch. You can see our interview with Reece, Blake, and George, here:
Last year saw New Hope Club release their EP ‘Welcome To The Club Pt. 2’, which reached No.1 in the iTunes chart in 10 countries including the UK, the Netherlands and the Philippines. It was also top 10 in 20 countries in the iTunes chart. The four-track EP includes previous released tracks ‘Medicine’ and ‘Crazy’, which have both received great support on Spotify. It also features brand-new track ‘Karma’ and a special live version of fan favourite ‘Let Me Down Slow’. ‘Medicine’ and ‘Crazy’ were released earlier this year and both have been picking up attention from some of the UK’s most esteemed tastemakers, including BBC Radio 1. Listen to the EP here.
New Hope Club are a three-piece from the UK who have been building up a loyal and rabid fanbase, resulting in a whopping reach of 4 million on social media, and are quickly becoming one of the most hotly tipped bands in the world. Over these last couple of years, they have teased warm up tracks, posted covers of their favourite artists online and toured relentlessly around the world including with U.S singer-songwriter Sabrina Carpenter. Last Summer, they sold out two headline shows at London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire.