New Hope Club perform intimate UK show and release song

New Hope Club performed a super intimate show for their UK fans last week, prior to releasing a brand new song.


New Hope Club have been branded as “one of England’s most sought-after acts” by Notion so it’s no surprise that their recent sold-out show in London was an ultimate success. The gig was held at a super intimate venue, The Social, right in the beating heart of the UK’s capital.

The venue was absolutely packed full of eagerly awaiting fans, hoping to hear their favourite New Hope Club song. The atmosphere in the venue was electric, and it was added even more when the trio took to the stage. The energy between New Hope Club and their fans brought the entire show together, it proved their extraordinary bond.

Reece, George and Blake took to the stage and sang many of their hits, including surprising fans with a stripped-back acoustic performance of their brand-new song ‘Just Don’t Know It Yet’, prior to its official release. The track was written alongside Fraser Churchill and Tony Gad, who has written for the likes of John Legend and Beyoncé.

‘Just Don’t Know It Yet’ follows a string of songs that New Hope Club have released over the past year, after the success of their self-titled debut album in 2020. New Hope Club said of the song:

This song explores the thoughts that run through your mind the moment that you fall in love at first sight. It’s that feeling that you can see your whole life together, yet you are still complete strangers. It’s stripped back and acoustic because we wanted the song to feel like we are serenading the one we love. The strings, recorded in Nashville, build throughout the song which provides a beautiful moment at the end, to pause and think over the lyrics.

You can watch the music video down below.

If you fancy catching a New Hope Club soon, check their website as they are due to support the recently reunited Busted at their upcoming tour dates.

‘Just Don’t Know It Yet’ is out now.

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