Hailing from Australia, GLOB is a band that first caught my attention with their debut single, “R U Happy Now?”. Since then, they’ve released a second single (“Gaffer Tape”), had a sold-out debut performance supporting Guitar Wolf, and cemented themselves as a band to watch. They’ve just released their latest single, “Hope Fool”, a catchy track that manages to be accessible yet edgy.

‘Hope Fool’ is an anthem of both resilience and surrender,” states the band’s press info. “Supported by a pounding rhythm section, otherworldly synths, a Tarantino-esque guitar solo and a call-and-response chorus worthy of a packed arena, ‘Hope Fool’ echoes the sentiment of the 1970 George Harrison perennial classic ‘All Things Must Pass’, imploring us to remember that no matter how hard things get, “all things must change, after night comes day.”

Right away, “Hope Fool” brings the best of indie pop and indie rock, and creates a standout sound. Infectious and bright, but with an underlying moodiness that serves to round it out, the song comes to a peak with a fuzz-filled guitar solo. There’s a melancholy summer feel to it, fitting for the message that all things pass and all things change – but if you’re living in the moment, be present and enjoy this impeccable track. Another game-changing single from the Australian four-piece, “Hope Fool” is an anthem for us all. Turn it on, turn it up, and stay tuned for more.

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