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Brisbane musician Hope D has announced the release of her debut EP Cash Only. Coming to life over the course of three years, the body of work will feature seven tracks, which mostly came to be over the past twelve months.
Produced by Hugh Middleton, the collection of songs reflects upon of the highs and lows of 2020, whilst also navigating a variety of themes that range from addition breaking hearts, heartbreaks, first love, coming out, and being wholly unapologetic.
“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.” The musician shares.
Featuring her previous single releases as well as the forthcoming feature single Addict the EP title takes its inspiration from Hope’s tattoo artist who had the words painted on her nails at her first post-covid appointment. It is also a metaphorical play on words, tipping its hat to a period of time where every store would only accept card payments.