We last saw Vicetone’s remix of “Sparks” featured in Paris & Simo’s Axis Mix, but the Dutch duo is back with a new original. “Hope” features a segment from President Obama’s victory speech but according to the artists “this is not about politics but rather about his inspiring words and how much they can be related into our lives.” Although the words are truly inspiring, fans are clamoring to get their hands on an instrumental. The song builds with a nice chord progression and drops into a pulsating beat, you can download “Hope” from Vicetone’s Soundcloud.
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