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Victory Heights Wrapping Up Work On New Album

Denver, Colorado band Victory Heights just signed to FM Music Management and has been hard at work finishing up new full-length record, “Nothing Is Beautiful.” which is planned for release during the first half of 2017.

Karl Bagnall,vocalist of Victory Heights, comments: "We had been searching for the right management team for months when we discovered FM and began talking. I felt chemistry with them right out of the gate, and we knew that this was the team.

"We feel very privileged to be working with a team that backs what we do and is passionate about music like we are. We found that a lot of managers are just stacking artists because quantity means more releases and more money. It was refreshing to discover a company that wants to work with us and help us develop our craft and career with focus and genuine care."

Bob Hathaway, FM Music Management manager, had this to say: "Victory Heights has been making a name for themselves the past few years. We at FM Music Management are excited to be a part of their continued growth. We welcome them to our family."

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