British pop trio New Hope Club are kicking off their new era with two new singles, “Girl Who Does Both” and “Getting Getter.”
The Band is Back After Two Years
You read that right, New Hope Club is officially back! The pop band’s last release was their 2020 self-titled debut album, which was officially released on Valentine’s Day. Later on, an extended version (with 19 songs!) was delivered in August later that year.
So, it had been almost two years since we last heard new music from the band. Needless to say, we are stoked to have them back! In this new era, we can definitely hear that their vocals have changed and grown, as well as their music style. All for the better!
In prior releases, New Hope Club’s music fell more on the upbeat-pop side. These new songs, on the other hand, are more relaxed and chill. They also offer a very positive vibe, making us look forward to better times ahead of us.
Both tracks are written and performed by Blake, George, and Reece. They also mark Blake’s debut as a producer, developed under the band’s mentorship with multi-platinum; award-winning US producer and songwriter Ross Golan (5 Seconds of Summer, Maroon 5).
New Hope Club Have Grown
“It has been a few years since we formed the band and we have grown together and become experienced musicians and writers by working with amazing people around the world,” New Hope Club said. “We felt that it was time to take this project by the scruff of the neck and guide our own path. We wanted to have full reigns over every decision. Writing during a pandemic had an effect on us; we felt that we needed to spread some light and positivity in a time where it was pretty hard to find.”
“‘Girl Who Does Both’ is a love note to our girlfriends,” they added. “We love the little things and this song goes through all of those subtle details that you fall in love with when you meet someone. ‘Getting Better’ embodies the album, it portrays exactly how we were feeling when we began this project, starting a new era. Being in the studio together, making music with our best friends, life was getting better.”