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Press To Meco Sign With Marshall Records, Announce New Album 'Here's To The Fatigue'

Friday, 12 January 2018 Written by Helen Payne

Press To Meco have signed to Marshall Records.

The London-based rock trio will release their sophomore album, 'Here's To The Fatigue', through the label on March 30. In a statement about the signing, they said:

“We’re incredibly proud to announce that we've signed to Marshall Records! Thank you to everyone for being so patient and understanding while we've been quiet, we genuinely have the coolest fans. We’re all super excited to work with such an amazing team and look forward to finally releasing this new album.”

Director of Marshall Records, Steve Tannett, also commented:

“I am delighted to welcome this amazing band on the label. Their pursuit of musical excellence is inspirational to me and I hope to many aspiring young artists around the world.”

The band, meanwhile, are currently on the road with Arcane Roots for their UK tour, which kicked off last night in Hull. They will also play a batch of UK shows later this month and early next as part of Independent Venue Week.





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