Hope D announces debut EP ‘Cash Only’ + national headline tour
Brisbane’s Hope D introduced herself back in 2019 with ‘Swim’, but it was her 2020 singles ‘Second’, ‘Common Denominator’ and ‘Miscommunicate’ which firmly solidified her as a serious name to keep an eye on. Now, wasting no time getting right back down to business in 2021, she has announced the forthcoming release of her debut EP and a national tour to celebrate.
Titled Cash Only, this EP is a collection of seven songs, and although it’s been in the making for about three years, it really came together over the last twelve months with the help of producer Hugh Middleton. Touching on themes of the journey from self-acceptance to self love as well as breaking hearts and having hers broken right back, addiction, coming out and much more, Cash Only looks set to distill all that Hope D is as an artist: raw, relatable and honest.
Hope D said in a press release, “With everything I’ve ever written and will write, I want listeners to feel like they’re not alone. I aim to write with a wide range of topics, themes and feelings to try to make people know that they are not invisible.”
As mentioned, she has also announced a national tour to celebrate. After selling out five hometown shows in Brisbane in late 2020, she’s embarking on her biggest run yet with her first interstate headline shows as well as her biggest hometown show ever at The Triffid. Check out all the details for that below, and be sure to pre-save or pre-order Hope D‘s EP here, which will also include forthcoming feature single ‘Addict’. It’s all up from here for Hope D!
Hope D – Cash Only – EP Tour 2021
Friday 12th March: The Triffid, Brisbane
Saturday 13th March: Miami Marketta, Gold Coast
Friday 19th March: The Workers Club, Melbourne
Saturday 20th March: Grace Emily Hotel, Adelaide
Friday 26th March: The Hamilton Station Hotel, Newcastle
Saturday 27th March: Waywards, Sydney
Sunday 28th March: LaLaLa’s, Wollongong
Tickets on sale now from www.hopedmusic.com
Cash Only is out February 5th. Pre-order/pre-save here.
Words by Emma Jones
Image: Casey Garnsey