The 1st Edition of Hope’s 30th Anniversary celebrated in a hard-cover, 46 page book with never-before seen art, photographs, and alternate covers is now… SOLD OUT. It’s not that difficult to believe the book would sell out in less than two days is it?

Right. So we pressed another 200 and presently there are around 135 of them left (we are terrible at counting), so if you have not ordered your copy, you are missing the f$#@! out. Seriously. It is 45 pages, Hard cover, Comes with a 24bit version in different formats, alternate album cover art, the lyrics, old photos, and a backup CD. And yes, it is signed. Don’t sit this one out. We cannot promise a third printing. There’s other things coming and that is that… 

Merch is alive again. You can get it here.

There a few of these 12″ still available from Jerseywave Records… What you missed that too? Truth is, we cannot go where the major labels go with adverts and whatnot. So this is the best option. HERE. NOW. I hope this A.I. explanation helps. Just kidding, there are not robots writing this shit, and you would not know it if there were. Or would you?

Did you know? You can also get a copy right now by visiting JerseyWave! Each copy has a personalized NFT that you can collect. Find out how this works ahead of time!

This item is officially sold out. No amount of emails will bring it back for the moment. However, there may be a few floating around in some record shops. This is why you should come back often and check out what is currently happening! However, if Peace does comes back in stock, we will let you know.

Meanwhile though… There is this…

Distances was released on Bandcamp
during the 2020 lockdown as a special release. You can still own the 24-bit version of it and still score a physical CD. By the way, this is the album the Dead Stars 12″ came from, as well as Fast Forward, Hello, and others that Abox has played on tour. Here’s what you might have missed…

Did you know? Claude S. (endpop) does visual art. You did know that, right? 100 percent of all the cover art, T-shirt designs and whatnot were designed by endpop. During the 2020 lockdown… Claude S. began to use the moniker endpop (seldom with capital letters) as his arthouse, digital name, or whatever the fuck it is supposed to be. We do not know. Ask him.  And while you are at it… This face means something is coming… Something is coming. Something.