Hoosiers - The Hoosiers Split From Record Label

British pop stars The Hoosiers have split from their record label following disagreements over the promotion of their latest album.
The Goodbye Mr A hitmakers were unhappy with the way executives at Sony marketed their 2010 record The Illusion of Safety and have decided to part ways with the company.
The trio is now planning to reissue the album with extra songs and a new title, Bumpy Ride.
Frontman Irwin Sparkes tells Scotland's Daily Record, "I don't think many people knew that the second album had been released. So we're having to reissue it to bring it to people's awareness."


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