The Hope List Lonely The Brave

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Album-Release:
2021

HRA-Release:
22.01.2021

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  • 1Bound03:36
  • 2Distant Light03:39
  • 3Bright Eyes02:57
  • 4Chasing Knives03:54
  • 5The Hope List03:51
  • 6Keeper03:33
  • 7(Untitled)00:58
  • 8Something I Said04:12
  • 9Open Door03:47
  • 10Your Heavy Heart03:44
  • 11The Harrow04:17
  • Total Runtime38:28

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In a world turned upside down, hope feels more important than ever. Without it, the outlook is much too bleak to bear thinking about. A few years ago, Lonely The Brave weren’t to know this as they took their first tentative steps towards what would eventually become their third album. All they knew then was that they weren’t prepared to quit, no matter how stacked the odds against them seemed. The force of will and resolve to prove that their story hadn’t yet been written would pave the way for "The Hope List", a record that offers a beacon of light in times that often feel darker by the day. The band's emotional, widescreen rock sounds as expansive as ever throughout the record's eleven song run-time but retains an intimacy, this new album an honest reward to the patience and loyalty of a fan base who have stuck by the band during uncertain times.

Lonely The Brave


Lonely the Brave
formed in Cambridge, U.K. in 2009 when vocalist David Jakes, guitarist Mark Trotter, bassist Andrew Bushen, and drummer Gavin Edgeley all fell together after their respective bands either split or ended. With a love of groups such as Pearl Jam and the National forming their bond, the four-piece set about recording and touring straightaway. A self-released EP, Backroads, appeared in 2010 and a tour of the U.K. followed, seeing them receiving praise for their intense live performances. Building their following organically, the group soon started to earn plaudits from the likes of Kerrang! magazine and BBC Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe, and in 2013 announced that they had signed to Hassle Records. A re-recorded version of Backroads was released in the October of that year after a summer of festival gigs, including a performance at the prestigious Reading Festival and support slots with the likes of the Deftones and Bruce Springsteen. Entering the studio with Mark Williams at the end of 2013, the group set about recording their debut album, The Day's War. While recording as a four-piece, the group realized that playing the songs live would need an extra guitarist, and Ross Smithwick joined the band in early 2014. With the album originally scheduled for a June release, it was pushed back after the group announced that they had signed an international deal with Columbia Records. After a three-month delay, The Day's War was released, entering the U.K Top 20 album chart while garnering positive reviews across the board.

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