Band Profile

Hope Street

Hope Street
Hometown: Perth, Western Australia Current Label: Unsigned or Unknown Websites: Official Website
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Band Members: Owen: Vocals Tom: Bass Victor: Drums Phill: Guitar Anthony: Guitar

Hope Street Bio:

Five Perth boys gathered together late in 2014 and established an unapologetic, hard rock band with a dash of old school punk that is now known to many as Hope Street. Since their inception their catchy tunes have been generating a loyal following that will be unstoppable in 2016. Their Self-Titled EP was released in June 2015 and generated an unstoppable momentum and crowd following for the band. The stand out track for this release is ‘Bad Sounds’, which has recently been included in Josh Merriel’s ‘Short Fast Loud’ segment on Triple J. Since the release of the Self Titled EP, the Hope Street boys have gone on to release two new singles ‘This is Our Home’ and ‘No Standing’. The release of the hard hitting and catchy tune, ‘This is Our Home’ coincided with a complimentary video featuring the Hope Street boys in all their glory. The second new single has only just hit the airwaves and for those who haven’t copped an ear full of ‘No Standing’, should really reconsider their life choices and get stuck into it. If you like a live show that goes balls to the wall without a warm up, then you need to catch Hope Street live at your earliest convenience. In 2015 they shared the stage and spotlight with Californian punkers Good Riddance and Versus the World. They were fortunate enough to play alongside notorious pop punkers Motion City Soundtrack, Melbourne hard core band Clowns and had a cheeky end to the year playing with the almighty Misfits. Hope Street has quickly established themselves amongst Perth’s hard hitters playing locally with the ball tearing Chainsaw Hookers, Them Sharks and punksters The Decline. Last year Hope Street joined the bill for Perth’s locally run Blood Rock Festival where they earned themselves the coveted award of ‘Best Up and Coming Perth Band’, before heading down south for the sideshow contingent playing Geraldton with Newcastle’s beloved Nerdlinger. 2016 is set to be an equally busy year with a new single and video s

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