Ahead of the release of brand new album, ‘The Hope List’ and in line with the release of latest single, ‘Keeper’, Lonely the Brave have released a mini documentary under the same name.
The beautifully shot and incredibly touching video sees the band chatting about how this album came together, with B-roll of the recording process, as well as the band’s respective home regions of Cambridgeshire, West Yorkshire and Bristol, and cameos from other important members of their team.
While snapshots of the band’s familes (including their dogs) are indeed heartwarming, what’s most touching is the news that two of the band’s members, Mo and Bush, work for the NHS, playing vital parts in protecting the country against the pandemic. This mini documentary captures Lonely the Brave in such a way that suddenly we’re met with the stark reminder that the band isn’t just made up of musicians, but individuals with expansive lives outside of the music that we know and love.
“Keeper” was the first song the band ever wrote with new vocalist Jack Bennett, defining a new era of anthemic material that makes up ‘The Hope List’, while maintaining everything that has always drawn us to the band.
Bassist Andrew Bushen said the following about “Keeper”:
“Keeper was the first song we fully completed for the album and remains one of our favourites. It will always hold a special place as the beginning of the new chapter.”
It’s a chapter we’re very excited to explore.