“She truly is destined to be a superstar”

– Tony Moore (The Bedford Music Venue, London)

“The next Adele?”

– Mike Naylor (BBC Three Counties)

“She’s unbelievable”

– Roberto Perrone (BBC Three Counties)

“She truly is destined to be a superstar”

– Tony Moore (The Bedford Music Venue, London)

“The next Adele?”

– Mike Naylor (BBC Three Counties)

“She’s unbelievable”

– Roberto Perrone (BBC Three Counties)

Hope is a 20-year-old unsigned singer-songwriter from London. Her wealth of life experience ensures her lyrics are raw and honest, resonating with people from the UK and all over the world.  This soulful intensity grants Hope the ability to make any cover she sings, feel as if you’re hearing it for the first time.

Whilst her original songs allow for expression like no other. Every piano stroke oozes passion, with each lyric managing to remain authentic for whoever is listening to them. But don’t take our word for it, let her listeners do the talking.

With over 20 million YouTube views and 100 thousand +subscribers, Hope’s growing audience is a community from all over the globe. All brought together by a young woman and her love of making music.

The Road to Now.

At 14, Hope played an Open Mic at a local Arts Fair. In the audience, a small independent studio called Jacket Records recognised Hope’s raw talent, it just needed some refining. So they began to work together, and after a year of releasing covers on YouTube – her debut acoustic EP ‘Hope’ was released.

After another year of lyric writing, cover releasing and piano playing – her second EP ‘Optimist’, which reached #8 in the Singer/Songwriter Charts.

If you’ve only just discovered Hope’s music but her voice sounds familiar, it may not be your first time listening at all. In 2016, her beautiful rendition of Dusty Springfield’s classic “I Only Want To Be With You” was used by the Dog’s Trust in their nationwide #SpecialSomeone ad campaign. Not only that, but her cover of Bocelli & Brightman’s “Time To Say Goodbye”, reached 7 million views, and was used as the closing song in the finale of long-running Australian soap A Place to Call Home.

Another year on saw her maturing her sound, releasing the single ‘Sanctuary’. This release signified the end of the opening chapter in Hope’s career, with her latest project being the most exciting and ambitious to date.

Over 20 MILLION YouTube views


100,000 YouTube subscribers


2019 Residency at Idris Elba's hottest new bar 'The Parrot' in Covent Garden as lead pianist vocalist


2018 Brian McFadden support act for 4 nights at The Boisdale


2018 ‘A Place To Call Home‘ Australian TV show sync placement


2017 O2 Academy support tour


2016 Dog’s Trust #SpecialSomeone TV ad campaign with her cover of Dusty Springfield’s ‘I Only Want To Be With You’


‘Sanctuary’ BBC Introducing Track of the Week – 9th January 2017


SOLD OUT shows at St Albans town hall & Childwickbury House


Highly successful acoustic EP releases in 2014 & 2015