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Victory Heights Sign Management Deal with FM Entertainment

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Victory Heights
Submitted by Johan Wippsson on 2017-03-20
Victory Heights Sign Management Deal with FM Entertainment

Denver, Colorado band Victory Heights have signed to FM Music Management. The band has been hard at work finishing up the full length record, “Nothing Is Beautiful” which they plan to release during the first half of 2017.

"We had been searching for the right management team for months when we discovered FM and began talking. I felt chemistry with them right out of the gate, and we knew that this was the team. We feel very privileged to be working with a team that backs what we do and is passionate about music like we are. We found that a lot of managers are just stacking artists because quantity means more releases and more money. It was refreshing to discover a company that wants to work with us and help us develop our craft and career with focus and genuine care."- Karl Bagnall, Vocalist of Victory Heights

"Victory Heights has been making a name for themselves the past few years. We at FM Music Management are excited to be a part of their continued growth. We welcome them to our family."- Bob Hathaway, FM Music Management, Manager

"Every now and then something stands out when going through artist submissions. Listening to Victory Heights was definitely one of those moments. There is an organic substance to their sound that beautifully marries active rock, metal core, and all things in between into a sound that is truly their own. This band may be new to a lot of people, but once you hear it you’ll know that is soon to change."- Chris Jones, FM Music Management, Manager

The band’s music weaves elegantly between rock and metal. Karl and Sam Bagnall founded the band on humble beginnings, and have since assembled a lineup of like-minded, and very capable musicians. The group strives to stay genuine and grounded in their passion for music and their love of the people that support them.

From the first note all the way to the last ring out at the finale of their set, it is easy to see that the members of Victory Heights were born to be on stage. Victory Heights plans to tour extensively on this record throughout 2017, reaching as many new ears as possible.

Victory Heights looks forward to a busy 2017 and to making noise all around the world with their new record.

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