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Dead Letter Circus Signs To BMG

by Noise11.com on May 18, 2017

in News,Noise Pro

Brisbane’s Dead Letter Circus is the latest signing to BMG Australia.

BMG Australia has actively been building its Australian roster under the leadership of Heath Johns

BMG Australia Managing Director Heath Johns said, “Dead Letter Circus are one of the best and hardest working rock bands in Australia. Their enduring success and consistently sold out live shows are the direct result of their talent and work ethic. BMG is truly excited to be working with DLC and I’m sure we will do great things together”.

Dead Letter Circus join a BMG roster of Australian talent that also includes Wolfmother, The Living End, Peking Duk (ex. ANZ), Meg Mac, San Cisco, SAFIA, Drapht, Montaigne, Matt Corby, Tame Impala (ex. ANZ), The Cat Empire and L D R U.

Kim Benzie, lead singer of Dead Letter Circus, said, “We’re really excited to become a part of the BMG publishing family. This is the most progressive publishing company on the planet today!”.

The band is currently working on new music for release later in 2017.

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