New Hope Club
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New Hope Club Release ‘Permission’ Video

It’s been a whirlwind month for New Hope Club fans. With the announcement of new single Permission coming just days before its release, a video for the funky track has now been released.

The video sees the trio holding a crazy party, which they definitely don’t have permission for whilst upstairs the adults are having a party of their own. Bringing to life the lyric ‘They made these rules, they break them too, the same as us” we’re shown two different yet equally as wild parties however one is shorter-lived than the other… We’re not sure who we want to party with more; New Hope Club or the adults with their crazy outfits and antics.

Permission has quickly become a fan favourite thanks to how incredibly catchy, fun and effortlessly funky the track is. Showing a new, mature sound all the elements which have made fans fall in love with New Hope Club still remain. Featuring on Spotify’s New Music Friday Playlist and Apple Music’s Best Of The Week playlist alongside gaining airplay on BBC Radio 1. New Hope Club don’t need permission to make 2019 their biggest year yet.

New Hope Club have revealed they have plenty of touring plans lined up for 2019. Currently, the only shows officially announced are VidCon on Saturday 16th February and those with The Vamps on their UK and Ireland Four Corners tour which kicks off in April. But with headline shows in the works there looks set to be plenty of chances to see the trio live this year.

Last week we were lucky enough to join New Club Hope as they took over a London bus to celebrate Permission’s release day. Keep your eyes peeled on CelebMix tonight to find out more about what went on during the special afternoon.

What do you think of the Permission video? Tweet us @CelebMix, let us know.

Written by Nicola Craig

Lover of all things pop, a boyband or two, and discovering new artists to get hooked on. You'll usually find me at a gig, truly living my best life without a care in the world.