UTG PREMIERE: Hope Vista – “Dominance”

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Creating a blend of 90s pop classics and Joan Jett, Hope Vista brings an alt-rock flare, with (in her own words) a splash of “popgrungehurricane.” Be prepared for some mega sass in her forthcoming single (out today), “Dominance,” which can be streamed exclusively right here on Under The Gun Review.

Hope is an Avril Lavigne-loving, female power-driven singer-songwriter who entered the studio this summer with Zack Odom and Kenneth Mount to create her upcoming debut release. “Dominance,” the record’s lead single, was written by Hope. You can stream the song below.

When asked about the inspiration for the track, Hope offered:

“I wrote ‘Dominance’ about the intensity of being physically attracted to someone, and how sometimes that can be both overwhelming and empowering. You can feel your heart racing, your body sometimes shake and your stomach does flips. But at the same time that makes you feel confident, strong, and ready to move forward with those feelings. ‘Dominance’ highlights both sides of attraction.”

Hope’s debut EP arrives on November 6. Comment below and let us know your thoughts on “Dominance.”

James Shotwell

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