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Talking about their new partnership with Hopeless, Alexia affirms: “It is important to have that support of women and gay people, people of color and people who are different in every aspect of the industry. music industry. Now, we can have a lot more say about who we work with, and when you have that kind of control, you should do well with it. “We are delighted to be working with Destroy Boys,” said Erin Choi, Hopeless’s VP of Marketing. “They are extremely talented and have a broad vision of the people of a band. They inspire us as human beings, creatively and through their passion for social justice. We think they fit well into the Hopeless Ramentic hot Shirt Hopeless roster. ”
Hopeless Records has recently picked up a lot of interesting bands (Tiger, Sincere Engineer), and now they’ve signed with the Sacramento punks Destroy Boys, their first single for the label “Muzzle” sneering, ripped off, and intriguing. The band is thrilled that “Muzzle” is their first release with Hopeless, a label with diversity and especially the number of women on the payroll, that really captures them. “It’s important to have women and homosexuals, people of color and differentiated people from every aspect of the Hopeless Ramentic hot Shirt music industry, to get that support.
Hopeless Records VP of Marketing Erin Choi said, “We are thrilled to be working with Destroy Boys.“ They are incredibly talented and have a broad vision of who the band is. They inspire us creatively. and through their passion for social justice. We think they fit well into the Hopeless roster.