The Greeting Committee are launching a wave of releases with their new single, ‘Hopscotch’.
It is the Missourian indie-rockers’ first release since their sophomore album, ‘Dandelion’ arrived in June. Produced by Jake Luppen of Hippo Campus, the track serves as an anthem for hopeful but realistic adults – it contrasts the innocence of adolescence with the very harsh realities of growing up and launches a new wave of music to be performed on the road later this year.
Lead singer Addie Sartino has shared: “I feel optimistic in a way I haven’t felt since I was in high school, but better yet I feel like we know ourselves now in a way that provides true freedom which I’m thankful for as we take this step as independent artists. Pierce [Turcotte, bassist] and I complement each other in a way that’s both challenging and safe. I hope listeners are able to hear our excitement in these new tracks and in the new live show this upcoming tour.”
‘Hopscotch’ is accompanied by a white-walled performance video, self-directed by the band and filmed by Luke Adams and Jacob Michael of Foreign Air.
You can listen to ‘Hopscotch’ here, and watch the official music video below:
The four-piece are currently touring North America – more information is available here.