There’s big news from Dead Horse Trauma’s camp today.
The Des Moines, IA-based band has announced a new distribution deal for its upcoming album Life. The band has signed a deal with Sony Music Distribution imprint Orchard for the album’s worldwide distribution.
The importance of the new deal was not lost on the band’s front man, Eric Davidson. He said signing with The Orchard is a big step for the band and added the band was deeply appreciative for the support offered by fans and backers alike.
“We’re beyond excited to finally get our debut worldwide release under our belt with one of the largest distribution outlets in the world,” Davidson said. “With our newly-assembled development team and now the means to put Life into ears around the globe, we couldn’t have asked for a better situation. Huge thanks to our team and all our fans for helping us make this happen.”
The band will launch a tour in support of Life beginning Feb. 17 in Madison, WI. The tour, dubbed “Life Tour [Phase I], currently spans 17 dates and runs through March 18, with its final show currently planned to be a hometown show.
Audiences can see the band’s full tour online now along with the band’s video for its single ‘Left Unsaid’ and all of the band’s latest news and more at:
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