British trio New Hope Club have released their latest single “Crazy,” a pop track about a dysfunctional relationship. (Stream or Download) The accompanying music video, directed by Ed Rigg, channels a 70s vibe and follows the band as they hustle to get noticed, hoping to catch their big break busking around Venice Beach, CA. Watch the video HERE.
“The inspiration behind ‘Crazy’ is the idea that you’re in a volatile relationship but neither of you want to leave because you’re still in love,” explains Reece Bibby. “It’s about being a prisoner to your own heart, something that we’ve all felt at one point or another.”
New Hope Club, called out as “one of MTV’s bands to watch in 2018,” and “impossible to resist,” by Celebmix are currently back in the U.S. gearing up to hit the road with The Vamps on a string of US tour dates starting September 14th in Seattle and ending October 4th in New York City.
The trio have spent the past year touring the world, including making their US tour debut last summer on the sold-out Sabrina Carpenter DE-TOUR tour. Earlier this year, the band hit a milestone, playing two sold-out shows at London’s famed Shepherd’s Bush Empire. The band has amassed over 500K subscribers on YouTube and looks forward to seeing their US fans out on the road.