New Hope Club have joined forces with super-producer and DJ, R3HAB for their brand-new single ‘Let Me Down Slow’. The track has become a firm fan favourite on the road, where the band played it as part of their epic 2019 world tour.
New Hope Club are set to reveal the official music video later today, following a YouTube premiere at 5pm.
The video for ‘Let Me Down Slow’ was shot by director Jordan Wozy and Frank Borin (5SOS, Little Mix) in Tokyo, Japan.
The trio are set to continue their meteoric rise, when they embark on their UK and Ireland headline tour in April. The band will perform at the biggest venues they have headlined to date, kicking off at Dublin’s Olympia Theatre on 5th April, and then make their way around cities including Birmingham, London’s Hammersmith Eventim Apollo and Manchester before wrapping things up at Glasgow’s SWG3 on 16th April.
New Hope Club have said of the tour announcement,
“We are beyond excited to tour our debut album in April 2020. This will be a breakthrough tour for us; our biggest headline shows to date in the UK & Ireland and just the start of what we hope will be a massive year. We can’t wait to get back out there and play.”
Tickets can be purchased here.
Showing no signs of slowing down, New Hope Club release their highly anticipated debut album, on 14thFebruary via Virgin EMI. The record includes previous singles ‘Love Again’, ‘Permission’, ‘Fixed’ and ‘Medicine’. Last year’s Welcome To The Club EP topped the iTunes chart in 10 countries, including UK, Germany and Singapore. Pre-order the self-titled album, here.
New Hope Club recently wrapped up their ‘Love Again’ world tour, where they played sold out shows across the globe including London, Los Angeles, Seoul, Dublin, Amsterdam, Toronto, Tokyo over the course of 8 months. In 2019 alone, New Hope Club played in 17 different countries to over a quarter of a million people!
New Hope Club are a force to be reckoned with on social media, where they have an overall reach of 10 million. They have picked up over 180 million total streams, garnered 1 million YouTube subscribers and racked up over 1.2 million monthly Spotify listeners.