Northern Ireland’s pop punk sensation Hello Casanova have recently debuted their latest single ‘I’ll Be Waiting’ available through online retail and most streaming platforms internationally via Supersonic Media of London. Hello Casanova formerly known as punk band Foreign Affairs, take on a more positive approach in a pop punk song fashion with the lyrics and mood compared to their earlier songs as Foreign Affairs being a lot less political, lighter, and with a distinct positive message. The new single, ‘I’ll Be Waiting’ is a straight forward but edgy personal love song that has upbeat and energetic energy while also offering some characteristics of Irish rock and punk which can be apparent in much of Hello Casanova’s music.
The video for ‘I’ll Be Waiting’ was shot at a Wreckless Skatepark in Gorey Ireland where you get a view of the band performing as well as some quick clips of up and coming Irish skaters and bikers showing off their moves. The video was filmed by Jack McNally, Sam Frisby, Chris McEvoy and Rob Cook and conveys Hello Casanova’s unrelenting energy during their live performances which is really something to see. “The music video features people from the age of 6-26, all skating around and having a great time while we perform,” explains Hello Casanova frontman Matthew Irwin. “Pop punk can be cliché. It can be the same three chords over, and it can be all chorus with the rest filler. We set out to try and give pop punk a different angle – to give all the heart that the genre deserves and to add our own spin on the sound”.