hope and social

Glasto roundup – Part 1

Taken from the Hope and Social WordPress blog. Well we played Glastonbury this year and you know what, it wasn’t bad [grin]. We’ve been back to the grindstone at the Crypt since, writing Hope and Social’s second album and 5 songs for Imitating the Dog‘s new Greece/UK project Tales From The Bar Of Lost Souls […]

"Syncing" – or "Another Way of Sharing Music"

Music Syncing – “sync” is an abbreviation for “synchronization,” so music syncing is essentially the process of synchronising or embedding songs to some form of visual production, advertisements, film that sort of thing. Hope and Social were recently approached by mountain bike manufacturer Cotic to ask if they could sync one of our tunes with […]

“Syncing” – or “Another Way of Sharing Music”

Music Syncing – “sync” is an abbreviation for “synchronization,” so music syncing is essentially the process of synchronising or embedding songs to some form of visual production, advertisements, film that sort of thing. Hope and Social were recently approached by mountain bike manufacturer Cotic to ask if they could sync one of our tunes with […]

18 Months of My Life Compressed Onto 1 Side of a TDK D90

Well, it’s “Live”. It’s “Out There”. Finally after much arduous work from Simon (@socialsimon), Ed (@edwaring), Jason (@jasonsocial) and I (@thehuxcapacitor), the “Hope and Social” album “Architect of This Church” is available for your delectation. It is, to all intents and purposes, as free as a record can be. 18 months in the making and […]