BMG has today announced its signed Aussie alt-rockers Dead Letter Circus to a worldwide music publishing deal.
The news comes just days after the band dropped their new album, The Endless Mile, celebrating ten years since the release of their debut EP.
"Dead Letter Circus are one of the best and hardest working rock bands in Australia," BMG Australia Managing Director, Heath Johns, said.
"Their enduring success and consistently sold out live shows are the direct result of their talent and work ethic.
"BMG is truly excited to be working with DLC and I'm sure we will do great things together."
Dead Letter Circus frontman Kim Benzie said of the deal, "We're really excited to become a part of the BMG publishing family. This is the most progressive publishing company on the planet today!"
The Brisbane quintet join a roster that already includes a number of big acts such as Tame Impala, The Living End, Peking Duk, Montaigne and many more.
Meanwhile, Dead Letter Circus will hit the studio again to work on some new music expected to drop later this year.
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