'fortune teller' - Cass Hopetoun 
Directed by Bruce Dawson (Tribal Apes)
'Typical Bride' - Cass Hopetoun 
Directed by Bruce Dawson (Tribal Apes)
'Shots' - Cass Hopetoun 
Directed by Bruce Dawson (Tribal Apes)
Cass Hopetoun & Blake Dantier Perform at Australia's 1st Drive-In Concert
In May 2020, Cass and Blake supported Casey Donovan at 'Drive-In Entertainment's first concert. The morning of the event, they also spoke to Sunrise about Hopetoun's debut single 'Shots' and performed the song live on air. 
 

SO, WHO IS THIS LITTLE LASS?

“If the first few months of the year are anything to go by, Cass Hopetoun is set for a breakthrough 2020.”  The Music Network

 

“If ‘Shots’ is what Friday nights are like in the Blue Mountains, then the locals should be anything but blue. With a natural flair for the dramatic and the vocal chops to back it up and then some, Hopetoun is the one to watch in 2020.”   

Jolene: The Country Music Blog

 

2020 has been a breakthrough year for Cass Hopetoun.  In January she won the Tamworth Songwriter’s Association talent quest before releasing her debut single ‘Shots’ independently in March. In April she signed to Compass Bros Records. In May she opened for Casey Donovan at Australia's first ever pandemic drive-in concert, performed live on Channel 7's Sunrise and ‘Shots’ reached #4 on The Music Network Country Airplay Chart. In September Cass’s follow up single ‘Typical Bride’ peaked at #1 on that same chart. Typical Bride also hit the #1 spot on 2TM’s Top 20 and #3 on KIX Country’s Hottest 20 charts. Both singles were added to full rotation on CMC/CMT respectively and to Spotify and Apple Music playlists.

 

Cass stumbled upon her talent for song when a friend “dragged her along to the choir” as a young student in Sydney’s Blue Mountains. She learned piano, took singing lessons and idolised Delta Goodrem but the song writing of Dolly Parton and Brandy Clark soon became her driving influences. 

 

Her latest single 'Fortune Teller'was produced by Matt Fell and recorded at his Love Hz Studios in Sydney. It was inspired by a 2019 trip to New Orleans. “I went to a fortune teller,” recalls Hopetoun, “and just knew I had to write about one. I wanted to capture the New Orleans vibe – all those jazzy and mysterious flavours that the streets of the French Quarter have to offer. The song evolved into being about people who they think they know what’s best for you. This is me telling them to mind their own business.”

 

Cass’s debut album, produced by Matt Fell, will be released in 2021.

 

Photo By: Kerry and Rozen

CONTACT

MANAGEMENT

Graham Thompson |  graham@compassbros.com.au

 

PUBLICITY

Jules Delamare | jules@wildheartpublicity.com 

BOOKINGS

Raechel Whitchurch  | whitchurcheventmanagement@gmail.com

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