The best discovery of the week: “Hold Me Close” by the incredible Hello Fiasco

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The-further invites you to the most addictive musical moment of the week delivered by Hello Fiasco. Having gathered 275K streams, their song “Hold Me Close” makes us fall in love with their sound and charismatic energy.

Extracted from a 12-song album “Find The Shoreline” set to be released in August, the song immerses us in a joyful signature between pop and rock, through infectious melodies.

The instrumentation is worthy of the greatest, the vocal performance sticks in your head: that’s the definition of a Hit. “Hold Me Close” is the kind of song we want to hear over and over on our favourite playlists or radio stations and is the promise of an authentic musical journey.

Don’t waste a second and listen to it now:

Cover art by Ivan Arenas

Know more about Hello Fiasco:

Before 2021, former members of The Mailman’s Children joined forces with other Canadian artists to record 23 original songs. At the top of 2021, the new Pop Rock band publicly emerged as Hello Fiasco. Although Hello Fiasco is principally Canadian, the band is considered “North American” because their frontman Eric LaBossiere (born Canadian) lives in Helena, Montana, USA. The rest of the band, including Joel Couture (bass), Joel Perreault (lead guitars/backing vocals), Ivan Burke (drums/backing vocals), and Guy Abraham (keys/Ableton/backing vocals), all live in the Winnipeg, Manitoba, CANADA region. The band’s debut album “Find The Shoreline” is slated for an August 2022 release. Hello Fiasco has been compared to Panic! At The Disco, Fall Out Boy, The Killers, Franz Ferdinand and David Bowie, though listeners have also said they definitely have a sound and style of their own.