Country duo Love and Theft has signed a worldwide marketing and distribution deal ONErpm. In celebration, the pair are set to release their brand-new single, “Accidentally on Purpose,” Friday, Nov. 12 on all platforms.
“We are thrilled to announce our signing with ONErpm and are very excited for fans to hear our new single,” says Eric Gunderson, half of the duo, along with bandmate and longtime friend Stephen Barker Liles. “‘Accidentally on Purpose’ is probably our favorite song from this project,” he adds. “We wrote it with our dear friend Bree Doster back before the world shut down, and we can’t wait for people to react to it. Though bittersweet in the end, it makes you move and makes you feel something!”
“ONErpm is proud to partner with veteran duo Love and Theft,” says Diana Garcia, project manager for ONErpm. “In their career, these guys have already garnered more than 3 billion radio impressions, over 300 million plays on Pandora and are nearing 3 million music video streams [the latter for the critically acclaimed ‘Whiskey on My Breath’].”
Love and Theft launched their career in 2009 with their top 10 hit “Runaway” and garnered a No. 1 with their 2012 country song, “Angel Eyes.” The multi-award-nominated duo is also featured on CreatiVet’s Veteran’s Day Special EP, performing “Another Day.”
Of the collaboration, Liles shares, “CreatiVets efforts for veterans is a unique and artistic way for singers and songwriters to share their appreciation for those who sacrifice their lives to keep us safe.” He continues, “Music is a powerful thing, and we’re honored to be a part of these events.”
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