New Hope Club’s Forthcoming EP, ‘Welcome To The Club Pt. 2’ Tops iTunes Pre-Order Chart In Eight Countries – Including The UK

Rising pop trio New Hope Club’s forthcoming EP, ‘Welcome To The Club Pt. 2’ has shot straight to No.1 in the iTunes pre-order chart in 8 different countries! This includes New Zealand, Singapore, The Netherlands and the UK where it’s still riding high.

To celebrate the release of the EP, New Hope Club will be taking over a London bus this Tuesday, October 30, for a fun afternoon!

The four-track EP will include previous released tracks ‘Medicine’, and ‘Crazy’, as well as brand-new song, ‘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 UKs most esteemed tastemakers including BBC Radio 1. The video for ‘Medicine’ has already racked up over a million views on YouTube:

New Hope Club - Medicine

The video for ‘Crazy’ features two of the world’s biggest influencers Ava Allen and Matthieu Lange and has scored almost a million streams across all platforms:

New Hope Club - Crazy

New Hope Club have spent the past 18 months building up a loyal and rabid fanbase of over half a million followers on social media, and are quickly becoming one of the most hotly tipped bands in the world. Over the past 18 months, they have teased warm up tracks, posted covers of their favourite artists online and toured relentlessly around the world. Earlier this Summer they sold out two headline shows at London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire.

Find out more about them by visiting their Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, or check out the Who Are New Hope Club video.

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