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The Strumbellas Ink With eOne, Announce New Single

The multi-platinum minted Toronto roots-rockers recently teamed up with eOne Music for Canada, and a new single, Salvation, comes out next week.

The Strumbellas Ink With eOne, Announce New Single

By FYI Staff

Toronto roots-rock ensemble The Strumbellas release a new single, "Salvation," on Nov. 30, on their own imprint, Underneath A Mountain Records, which is under exclusive license to eOne Music for Canada. 


The partnership with eOne is new, and Chris Taylor, Global President, Music, Entertainment One, pledges in a press release stated that “we are going to take very, very, very good care of them. Their manager has too many incriminating photos of me to do anything less!” He adds that "The Strumbellas are a global force of nature and we are so excited that they have honoured us with the opportunity to work with them on this new music,” 

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“We are thrilled to be calling The Strumbellas partners,” stated Chris Moncada, General Manager, eOne Music Canada. “Even with all the success the band has enjoyed over the last few years, we feel like they are just getting started, and are very excited to be a part of the next phase.” 

The band is in the studio, working on its fourth album, is riding high on the success of its last project, Hope, which came out in 2016 on the Six Shooter Records imprint in Canada, and Glassnote Records internationally. "Spirits" became a runaway hit for The Strumbellas, hitting No. 1 on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart in the US, and cracking the international charts in countries including Germany, Italy and France. "Spirits" recently went 3x Platinum in Canada.

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