All Hope Remains are a melodic skate punk act who reside across Victoria’s Surfcoast. The band was born in 2016, drawing from members of punk / hardcore / rock acts LostBoyFound, Voice of Dissent and Driveby Epic.
After about 18 months of writing, gigging and developing their sound All Hope Remains had a clear vision and direction.
The trio’s sound embraces influence reminiscent of the 90’s skate punk scene whilst taking on a modern approach to carve their own niche. In short, the sound is fast, melodic and catchy, serving up shameless pop hooks with an angst that could be linked to bands like Rise Against, Strung Out, No Use For A Name and Bodyjar.
In April of 2018, All Hope Remains released their debut EP ‘Hindsight’ which was met with plenty of praise throughout the punk rock community both locally and abroad.
Following this release, the dedication of this trio truly shone through as they hit the road in support of what they had worked so hard on. The result was a 15 date tour that took in 4 states across Australia’s East Coast, including both capital cities and rural towns. With a significant spike in interest across the bands social media platforms, All Hope Remains decided that it was important to keep the proverbial ball rolling by hitting the studio to commence work on their second release.
With recording now all wrapped up, the guys can’t wait to unleash their latest efforts on their ever-growing fan base. The guys just released the first single, ‘Hit Rewind’, from their upcoming EP. The song delivers on all the characteristics we’ve come to expect from them, with distorted guitars, in your face drums, fast precision bass and clear vocals full of emotion.
The EP will be aptly titled ‘Feel the Fire’ and is slated for release in March of this year.