Rock group The Weeks have signed an exclusive publishing and administration agreement with peermusic Nashville, as announced today by Kathy Spanberger, President/Chief Operating Office – Peermusic Anglo American Region and Craig Currier, Vice President, Director of Advertising Markets, peermusic.
The group, who was previously signed by Kings of Leon to their label Serpents and Snakes, are currently working on new material and plan to release a new album in 2019. The company’s creative team is working closely with The Weeks and have made the album one of their major priorities.
“We’re thrilled to have The Weeks join the peermusic family. They are probably one of the hardest working bands I’ve seen and their energy and passion both in their live shows and their records is simply contagious. They’re a band that knows how to rock and have fun doing it and it shows in the passionate fan base they have developed both in the US and across Europe. We’re excited to be able to be part of this next chapter in their already stellar career,” said Currier.
“We’re excited to announce our new partnership with peermusic. We have gotten to know the Nashville team over the past six months and this feels like a great next step for the band. peermusic has a strong global presence and reputation, and we’re excited to be part of the family,” said The Weeks.
The Weeks was formed in Jackson, Mississippi by twin brothers Cyle and Cain Barnes, Samuel Williams, and Damien Bone. Soon after they began playing together they signed to Esperanza Plantation and released their debut Cadillac Comeback in 2008 followed by the EP Rumspringa a year later. After self-released a second album, The Weeks relocated to Nashville and signed a deal with Serpents and Snakes label, where they released the albums Gutter Gaunt Gangster and Dear Bo Jackson. After leaving Serpents and Snakes the band released the Buttons EP, the album Easy, and this year’s live album Inside the Pines.
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