Hope D 'Clash Of The Substance Tour'
w/ special guests Asha Jefferies and The Dandys
Introducing herself in late 2019 with her debut single Swim, Hope D captivated audiences with her eclectic capability to create purposeful, confessional and enthralling music. This release led her to taking home the inaugural Queensland Music Awards Emerging Artist Of The Year, performances at Splendour In The Grass, Laneway Festival and King Street Crawl.
The beginning of 2020 saw her release an aptly titled second single named Second and then follow up tracks Common Denominator and Miscommunicate, wowing and surprising fans with her change in sound, but maintaining the same inviting charm and razor-sharp wit through her authentically honest, raw and relatable songs. Hope ended 2020 by winning the prestigious Carol Lloyd Award, an initiative aimed to address the gender imbalance in music and support an emerging female-identifying or non-binary singer-songwriter.
Hope’s single Second landed #69 in triple j’s Hottest 100 for 2020. Off the back of her debut EP Cash Only Hope took off on a sold out national tour playing 19 shows in 3 weeks of March 2021. The single Addict received a full addition to triple j and landed the #195 spot in triple j’s Hottest 200 for 2021. Hope was widely praised for her cover of Britney Spears’ Toxic she performed for Like A Version, last year and widely praised by the likes of NME, Tone Deaf, Music Feeds, Purple Sneakers and Pilerats.
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