Released On: Jan 01, 1970
Released By: Atlantic Records
Hope's self-titled debut is a revival of acoustic and soul. Fans have already responded overwhelmingly to her first single as an artist signed to Atlantic Records. "Love Love Love" is a buoyant, bubbly song that springs from Hope's acoustic roots. The sunny, island-inspired tune, recorded with producer Mikal Blue, is an ode to the dizzying experience of a new infatuation, but it also describes Hope's experience as she nears the release of her album.
Mikal Blue, who has also worked with Colbie Caillat, OneRepublic, Agustana, and Angel Taylor, co-produced many of the songs on her self-titled debut. Hope also traveled from LA to the UK, where she worked with legendary producer Trevor Horn (Deal, Yes, Frankie Goes to Hollywood), who leant a sense of timelessness and sophistication to the album.
Hope has boldly explored her emotional depths in bringing the album to light. "I'm just loving this time and not taking it for granted."