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by David Andrew Wiebe

“Hope” is an uplifting, electronic/dance pop track with lush vocal harmonies.
Genre: Electronic: Techno
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Album Notes
After the release of the 80s power pop anthem, “Don’t Wait Too Long”, Wiebe returns with “Hope”, an uplifting, EDM-inspired pop song.

“Hope” is full of memorable vocal and musical hooks. Beware, this track is a serious ear worm.

“Hope is all there ever is, and all there ever was”, exclaims the chorus. The message of the song is clear – we can’t depend on outside influences to bring the things we want into our lives.

But “Hope” also has a more subversive message, as evidenced by this line: “Show me that there’s more than hope.” The writer is crying out for answers that simply aren’t available.

This is an unusual entry into Wiebe’s catalogue, but perhaps not a surprise considering the releases that have preceded it: “City Lights”, as well as “Don’t Wait Too Long”. “Hope” is the first song he’s released that’s pure pop.

But it still features some of the hallmarks Wiebe is known for: unexpected turns, a unique arrangement, and a positive message.



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