The to re-release album in the States
American-based Wind-Up Records have snapped up another Australian act, with Melbourne-based Strange Talk signing a worldwide deal - outside Australian and New Zealand - with the label.
The band had pulled their album Cast Away from iTunes and Spotify in the American market recently, but will re-released it 20 August under the new deal.
“After months of secret negotiations we can finally announce that we have signed an international recording deal with Wind-Up Records,” the band said. “We are extremely happy to be working with the fantastic team at Wind Up and look forward to a very exciting future with them.”
The band will head to America in August for a run of shows.
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Locally they are management by Will Larnach-Jones of Parallel Management and booked by Harbour Agency's Jeremy Sharp. Native Tongue controls their music publishing. They have a deal in place with Sony locally.
In May Sydney's The Griswolds signed a similar international deal with Wind-Up.