Foreign Affairs have shared their new single, ‘The Hope Comes Again’, following the song’s premiere on Bob Harris’ BBC Radio 2 country show this week.
Written, recorded and produced by brothers Adam and Lawrence Purnell, ‘The Hope Comes Again’ is an honest reflection of uncertain times and the fragility that we can feel as a result, however it is rooted in positivity and the strong belief that ‘this too shall pass’.
“The song was written about me, from someone who can feel sadness but who is lucky enough to be able to see the positive in a person or situation, I can always see the hope” – Lawrence Purnell
“The whole process of writing, producing, and recording the song was very organic, carried out at home in Bristol. It felt comfortable and the best environment for this song” – Adam Purnell
‘The Hope Comes Again’ is the duo’s second single release of 2020, following on from their confessional song ‘One Minute’ released in July to critical acclaim. 2019 was a year of transition for the brothers, signing a worldwide publishing deal with Peer Music as well as a record deal.
Listen here: https://slinky.to/TheHopeComesAgain
- Gig Reviews3 weeks ago
GIG REVIEW: Keith Urban – Live At O2 Academy, Birmingham UK
- Album/Single Reviews5 years ago
REVIEW: The Cadillac Three – ‘Legacy’
- C2C Reviews2 months ago
C2C REVIEW: Kip Moore – The O2, London
- Album/Single Reviews4 years ago
REVIEW: The Wandering Hearts – ‘Burning Bridges’ EP
- Album/Single Reviews5 months ago
Top 10 Country Albums/EPs Of 2021
- Album/Single Reviews4 weeks ago
EP REVIEW: Tenille Townes – “Masquerades”
- News3 months ago
Scotty McCreery Pays Homage To George Strait In “Damn Strait” Video
- News4 months ago
Kip Moore Releases “Crazy One More Time” To Radio