“I Hope Not” – Count To Four (NEW Video)

We have a new pop-punk band hitting the music scene and their name is Count To Four. Not sure exactly where their name came from, but it’s the music that matters anyways.


Here is their video for “I Hope Not,” their lead single off their debut album Between Two Cities. The album, which was released in April of last year, is now available to stream for free here, in case you’re really digging their sound.


The video has a cool concept, having an 80’s movies theme to it. The band explains, “The song, at its core, is about looking back at a year of your life, looking at the mistakes and things that went wrong, then trying to change your life for the better while moving forward. This was essentially why we decided that 80’s movies would be a great vehicle for this music video.”


Right now, they are touring with Audiostrobelight, but will soon get back to work to create more music. In the meantime, check out the “I Hope Not” video below.


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