The Hobbs Sisters return with the release of their debut EP If It Wasn’t Love on May 25. Following in the footsteps of their grandfather who played the guitar and banjo, sisters Hannah and Lauren chose to incorporate the sounds of their childhood in each track. Having recently made the move to Nashville, The Hobbs Sisters were able to collaborate with fellow up and coming artists combining personal experiences to create stories worth telling.
Striving to appear genuine and honest, the sisters chose to share their journey with their listeners through the track You’ll Know. About knowing when you’re doing something right, You’ll Know confirms that The Hobbs Sisters are just getting started.
To expand their fanbase The Hobbs Sisters are heading on the read this summer, performing around the Pittsburgh and Nashville area.
Stay tuned by following The Hobbs Sisters on social media at @TheHobbsSistersand listen to their debut EP here.
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