Meet the Artists: Remote Hope

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Meet Remote Hope – a collective of eclectic young musicians from across Greater Manchester formed on a six-week music employability course in partnership with The Prince’s Trust.

Meet the Artists: Remote Hope
15th April 2021

Meet Remote Hope – a collective of eclectic young musicians from across Greater Manchester formed on a six-week music employability course in partnership with The Prince’s Trust.

Remote Hope is a collective of eclectic young musicians from across Greater Manchester, formed on a six-week music employability course in partnership with the Prince’s Trust.

On the course the group explored the creative and practical elements of working in the music industry, collaborated to create, record and release an EP of new music, took part in workshops and masterclasses led by industry experts and received 1:1 support to help them plan for their next steps.

Working together remotely, the artists have produced a diverse body of new sounds, weaving together their different musical backgrounds and influences which you can listen to below…

Hear more from the artists and get a glimpse into the project…


About the artists

Hale Williams
An alternative rock vocalist and songwriter who writes about their own experiences with mental health. Hale’s goal is to inspire and help others with her music.
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Eva Eilea
A singer-songwriter from France, now based in Cheshire. Her music is described as indie/dream pop with an emphasis on stacked vocals.

Micah Stalgic
“Music and Dance are two sides on the coin that can buy you Joy & Peace. Sounds from Afro Beats, Trap, Hip Hop and R&B help me express how I feel.”
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Ambrose
Previously the front person of Human Resources (loud feminist punk) and, since lockdown, solo writer of music to shout and dance to!
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HazHat
HazHat is a vocalist, percussionist, and guitarist. They perform in a range of styles using different tempos and patterns to present their emotions. Creating eclectic sounds whether collaborating or solo.
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Afrodeiyte
“I would describe my style as a mixture of genres… Neo Soul, R&B, down tempo pop. I love making spiritual relaxing music about God, love and politics. I want to inspire and energise people, and Brighter Sound has supported me in these endeavours.”
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Heather Nelson
“I have been in love with music since I can remember! I love international music, especially reggaeton and Romanian house. I love making pop music, and song-writing.”
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Leigh
Leigh is a 19 year old enthusiastic musician from Manchester. His music orientation is varied but his main genres would be rock, blues, jazz.

Abi White
Abi is a singer songwriter from Greater Manchester. You can usually find her singing with her band @foxgloveband, but she is also really interested in singing on house, dance and drum and bass tracks!
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Elle
Elle is a singer, songwriter and bedroom producer making confessional lo-fi pop and R&B. Intimate and reflective, her music explores relationship highs and lows and the process of growing up.
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Patchwork Guilt
A 25 year old songwriter and producer who has been recording and releasing music from their bedroom for the past few years. Her style can be described as hazy, ethereal pop.
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Corrie
“I’m 23 years old. I like listening to UK trap and drill. I play the bass guitar and also make beats using BandLab.”

Dane Costello
“I’m a 20 year old musician and skateboarder. I produce beats for people and also rap/sing on my own beats. I have been making music for almost a year now but have always had a passion for it. My style is normally trappy but I’ve produced a wide variety.”


This project was delivered in partnership by Brighter Sound and The Prince’s Trust, and supported by Youth Music.