Alberts' Signing Spree Continues With Hungry Kids Of Hungary

22 June 2012 | 2:12 pm | Scott Fitzsimons

The Brisbane band join the ever-growing publishing family.

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Brisbane's Hungry Kids Of Hungary have signed a world-wide publishing deal with Alberts, the latest in a long-list of acquisitions from the publishing house.

The deal was confirmed last night with the band in Sydney for the Select Music anniversary charity/showcase event. The band played three new tracks from their upcoming second record, which was recorded with Wayne Connolly at Albert Studios.

Today the band's manager Ben Preece told, "The band and I are stoked to be part of the Alberts family. It's been a long time coming and they've already been amazing to us with an intro to Wayne Connolly who ended up producing the lads' second record as well as their international teams. Honestly, they're probably the nicest and most passionate people in the biz."

A recent European tour, which took place after the band signed a distribution deal with Rough Trade for the Benelux region.

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Josh Pyke, Tim Levinson, The Oceanics, Harry James Angus and Sam Buckingham have also recently signed publishing deals with Alberts.