September 22, 2021


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St. Paul and the Broken Horses have signed with ATO Records

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After two albums with Barry Weiss ’Sony-distributed record impressions, St. Paul and the Broken Bones band have signed on with ATO Records. The next Fook-length of the eclectic Alabama-based group will be released in 2022; A small snippet of new music can be sampled here.

Also, President John Salter said, “The band has been indirectly orbiting us for many years and it’s very normal to welcome them on the label with open arms.” “We will remain committed to uplifting them, breaking new ground and helping them implement their artistic vision.”

Frontman Paul Zenway added: “We are very excited for this next chapter of the band’s journey. It’s also a perfect fit for where the band is going and wants to be.

The still untitled new album will be a follow-up to 2018’s “Young Sick Camellia”, which produced the No. 3 AAA radio hit “Apollo”. According to Alpha Data at the power of 174 million to-date streams, the band released two LPs -20 2014’s “Half City” and 2016’s “Sea of ​​Noise” ইউনি a total of 280,000 albums.

Famous for their high-powered live shows, St. Paul and the Broken Bones are in the midst of a U.S. tour that will stop tomorrow (September 15) in Omaha, Neb and end October 31 in Knoxville, Ten. In 2022, the United Kingdom and Europe will tour Glasgow in February.

The group joins an ATO roster that also includes My Morning Jacket, Black Pumas, Brittany Howard and Emily King. Universal Music Group’s Virgin Music Labels and Artist Services in the United States and Labels are distributed by PIAS in Europe.

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