You’ve likely never heard of ODD HOPE or the band's main mind TIM TINDERHOLT, but you’ll dig the cheap pop thrills of his debut single for the unrelenting Fruits & Flowers label. Tim has experimented with various jangle/punk bands for years, literally holed-up in his Oakland garage with worn copies of Alien Lanes and Chairs Missing. He kills time recording on the classic Bay Area archaic recording device of choice, the Tascam 388 (look it up). Brave and Olde is an epic folk-rock ballad via 1980s Glass Records, while the jaunty flipside, "I'll Follow You Soon," could have been ripped from Creation Soup Vol. ????… Join us in the cult of Tim and Odd Hope.