The Hope Blister

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The Hope Blister
Genres Ambient, ethereal wave, dream pop
Years active 1997–1999
Associated acts This Mortal Coil

The Hope Blister was an ambient band founded by Ivo Watts-Russell, head of the 4AD Records label. The band was something of a continuation of the This Mortal Coil project, but with a fixed line-up on's OK and focusing on cover versions. Following the Underarms remix project, a second album of covers with vocals by Momus' Nick Currie had been posited, but Watts-Russell's retirement from the music industry brought The Hope Blister project to an end.


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