New Hope Club’s New Single ‘Love Again’ Out Tomorrow 3 May

Following a great start to the year for rising stars New Hope Club, the band have announced the release of their brand new single, ‘Love Again’, which will be available to stream and download across all digital partners, on 3rd May.

The anthemic new single has a contemporary-classic “coming of age” feel to it, exploring the complexities of teen relationships and growing up.

This single announcement comes alongside news of the band heading out on their first ever UK headline tour, taking place in September and October 2019. New Hope Club will kick the dates off at The Academy in Dublin on 21st September, and will make their way around various cities including Leeds, Manchester, Glasgow and Birmingham as well as London’s legendary O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on 4th October. Tickets will be available to purchase from 3rd May at 5pm here.

Showing no signs of slowing down, this weekend sees New Hope Club join The Vamps on their Four Corners UK & Ireland arena tour. Following that the band headline multiple dates across Asia including Manila, Bangkok, Jakarta and Seoul where they have a rapidly growing fanbase. There are also plans in place for them to return to the USA where they are in high demand, having previously appeared on some of the biggest shows there including NBC’s Today and the Teen Choice Awards.

New Hope Club are a force to be reckoned with on social media, YouTube and Spotify. They have picked up over 77 million views across their YouTube channel, scored over 70 million streams on Spotify alone and garned around 590,000 monthly Spotify listeners. Over the last 12 months, they have released single Permission and their second EP Welcome To The Club Pt. 2 which topped the iTunes preorder chart in 10 countries including the UK.

Find out more about New Hope Club by visiting their Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.

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