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‘The Art’ Score A New Deal with Rocket Science Records

Written by Marc Zanotti on June 28, 2012

Partial Newtown native glam rock group The Art have recently signed on the dotted line with US label Rocket Science Records/Sony Red Records. The deals came about after The Art impressed label reps during their live performances at this year’s South by South West showcase.

Thanks to being on heavy rotation LA radio station KROQ, The Art’s latest single Dirty Girl has been receiving airplay throughout the US, Canada and Japan. For fans looking to grab a copy of the new single, head over to the The Art’s Facebook page and download the track for free.

To celebrate their new record deal, The Art are playing the Black Cherry Club at The Factory Theatre in Sydney on July 21, 2012.

Listen: The Art – Dirty Girl

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