Post-hardcore legends Hopesfall have just debuted a brand new song called ‘Hall Of The Sky’, their first offering since their 2018 full-length, ‘Arbiter’.
It’s also the first track to come from the band following the return of guitarist Ryan Parrish last year, and this is what he said about it.
“After 18 years apart, it’s been wild to jump back into writing and recording with Hopesfall. We figured “go big or go home” – so here’s a 9 minute riff and space odyssey for your listening pleasure.
When Josh Brigham and I first started learning guitar, we’d steal our youth group PA system and go over to Hopefall’s first bass player Christopher Kincaid parent’s house. We’d setup in different rooms and make loud, delayed guitar swells for hours. They probably didn’t sound very good at the time, but we were chasing a feeling and that’s all that really mattered to us. It’s 20 years later, and we’re still chasing a feeling. The last 4 minutes of this song remind me of that time in our lives – getting lost in the sound inside your mind and forgetting about the world, if only for a few minutes.”
The song comes with a video (directed by Drew Tyndell) too, which you can check out below.
At the time of writing, it’s uncertain whether or not the track will remain as a stand alone single.