Moonspell Start Up Street Team
Moonspell have issued the following statement reguarding their street team they have just set up:
"To whom it may concern...
Well we are kicking off our very first street team after observing the really important work that a great number of other alike teams have been doing for other bands around the world. The concept and ambition of a street team is to create a work of passion, that is, to support the band with simple yet concrete actions to help the band to spread out their name everywhere and to grow stronger in the eyes of fans.
There is not a corporate feeling behind this. Just a reciprocal chemistry between band and fans who will reward each other by letting each other participate more personally in Moonspell, the reason for this all. A street team is brought up by fans whose "work" is simply to talk about the band they are into, to spread information about concerts, tours, activities, merchandise, meetings, throughout all their contacts, friends and people who they feel would like to know more about the band. In trade they come closer into an active role, besides just listening and moving in the shadows of music. One can pass forth the under the moonspell feeling unto another and while he/she broadens the horizons for the band is also extending his/hers horizons in what it comes to friends, likings and experience in music.
A street team is not a fan club where you pay to have benefits. No! The lunar street team is a work of passion where you do on a more constant and organized basis what you do everyday: to talk about things you love and to share with those your reasons and perspectives for that passion.
Find us with the howling."
To join or for information please contact Joana Deus at: email@example.com
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