Voice hits right note across Australia
FRESH from his performance on The Voice, having reached the top 100 from thousands of artists, 18-year-old Mason Hope has just released latest single and music video, Karmic
Resolution, earlier this month.
The track is available on all online platforms including iTunes and Spotify.
Hope said his new track was about questioning the future of the world.
“I am asking the question, do you care? Are you working towards a better karma for the world?” he said.
The next six months were looking exciting for Maroochydore talent, who has some amazing events lined up.
Coming off a performance at Norfolk Island Country Music Festival, performing alongside Travis Collins, Fanny Lumsden, Troy Cassar Daley.
Hope was given the opportunity to perform at the festival after taking out the title of TransTasmin Entertainer of the Year 2017.
In August Hope will be heading to The Golden Octopus Foundation Burdekin Rum weekend in Ayr to play along with KJB and The Wolf Brothers.
Hope will also feature in an episode of Out Loud ,an ABC documentary by Wendy Champagne.
The episode will highlight his his performances at Bluesfest, Caloundra Music Festival, Gympie Music Muster, Tamworth Country Music Festival, Headspace Maroochydore and Mooloolabas Loo with a view.
At the end of the year Mason will leave Australia to perform in New Zealand, confirmation of dates and venues announced shortly.
But before he heads off Hope will perform Mets On Kings at Caloundra Surf Club, June 1.
For information, visit metsonkings.com.au/events.