It seems like a lot of the Hopeless artists are abandoning that faux-powerpop pop punk sound for something a little different which I honestly think it's great. Might give the label a broader audience if them or For the Foxes hit it big. I still feel like this guy's vocals are too similar to Brendon Urie IMO but I could see them getting bigger within the end of the year.
Same, although I've got to say that "The Revolution" and "Sinking Like a Stone" are the only songs by For the Foxes I can get into, I just don't like the new stuff. But what's good for the band's is good for the label so I wish every band on the roster success.