Hannah Hooper of Grouplove is the first to admit that she doesn’t care about style as much as she wants people to think she does.
"I have fun with it and I don’t take it too seriously," says the keyboardist and vocalist. Fashion wise, I like to do whatever I can to what I find. It’s not a specific designer, because I have my own vision.
We definitely have our own look because my hand is on all the visual stuff.
According to a statement shared on the band’s social media pages, the frontwoman has been told to have complete vocal rest for at least a month.
“I've been doing everything in my power to get out there and do these shows with you guys, but right now this is completely out of my control,” she explains.
"It's this merging of so many influences that makes up my style," says the San Francisco native, who was pursuing a career in art before venturing into music. I feel the most comfortable when I’m with Christian and we are dressed together. He's in these ripped jeans and oversize shirts and I am in these crazy jackets. Sometimes when we are separated I feel like half an outfit. The Raf Simons sweater, which is probably the craziest thing we have ever purchased. I feel like it’s the coolest thing I’ve worn in my life.
"It's paintings, and the vibe of a city and the color of my hair at the time." And as a new mom (she and Zucconi have a one-year-old daughter), sometimes it comes down to whatever she has time to put on, "even if it looks ridiculous," she says. I'll get a bathing suit and wear it underneath. How has your personal style evolved over the years?
“My vocal cords will heal, but the only way that is going to happen is if I am silent for the next 4-6 weeks.” Grouplove's calendar included bookings to play Australia’s four-date Falls Festival in December and January and a string of sideshows.