Having dissolved back in 2008, North Carolina’s Hopesfall have now reunited, and have also signed a deal with Graphic Nature Records, an imprint of Equal Vision Records.
The band will be heading into the studio in January to record the follow-up to 2007’s ‘Magnetic North’, which will be their first new album in ten years.
Speaking of the signing, guitarist Josh Brigham commented, “We are super grateful to Graphic Nature/Equal Vision Records for giving us an opportunity to make some music. We’ve always been EVR fans, they signed a lot of bands that were huge influences on us. In addition to that, a lot of our friends in bands who have worked with EVR had nothing but high praise for them, so their reputation as being quality people made it a pretty easy decision.
The motivation for making this new album comes from a genuine desire to remain creative by continuing to write and play music together again. We won’t lie, between having jobs, relationships, kids, and other responsibilities, it can be tough to make time to play, but as long as we feel like we still have something good to offer, we will find a balance.”
More news surrounding the band’s forthcoming fifth record will be confirmed as and when it develops.