Fans of All Time Low, The Used, New Found Glory and more - man, we have a treat for you! The Los Angeles, California based label Hopeless Records is home to all these names and have recently launched its webstore through multi-brand retail store Wax & Needle in Asia, just in time for their 20th anniversary.
Collaborating with Wax & Needle who carry brands such as Macbeth, Obey, Deus Ex Machina, and many more - the two have made a collection of top releases, exclusive band merchandise and pre-order opportunities in their catalogue.
"Asia is an important market for our bands and their fans and we are excited to launch with Wax & Needle who we believe will do an incredible job reaching these fans on our behalf," said Eric Tobin, VP, Business Development and A&R at Hopeless Records.
The opening if the webstore in Asia means fans in the regions are able to get their hands on CDs and vinyl from the any of the Hopeless Records bands delivered directly to their doorstep. Tim Wetton, General Manager of Wax And Needle adds: “We're all serious physical music collectors at Wax & Needle and believe there is a future for physical music formats if the music is good and the packaging offers added value to the fans. With this in mind, Hopeless Records is the perfect first independent label partner to grow our selection CDs and Vinyl. With free delivery on orders over $80SGD, it's never been easier for fans in Singapore and Malaysia to get their hands on these releases.”
To celebrate the launch, the Hopeless Records Asia webstore will be the only retailer in the world to stock limited copies of Don’t Panic: It’s Longer Now by pop-punk group All Time Low. How special is it? Well, there’s only 15, 000 copies worldwide AND only 500 copies will be distributed in Asia - all individually numbered.
As an even bigger treat, the good guys of Wax & Needle and Hopeless records will giving out TWO hampers featuring 3 classic Hopeless Records albums, a t-shirt of their choice and a $150 voucher for Macbeth products! But you gotta work for it - it’s real simple: