(PRWeb UK) April 30, 2010
Berkshire-based band The Red Partizans would like to announce the release of their self-entitled debut album. The album will be available for free download from their Myspace page at 9am Monday 24th May.
The Red Partizans are already a firm favourite on the London rock scene, having played gigs at O2’s Islington Academy, Fiddler’s Elbow, Sound in Leicester Square and The Underbelly in Hoxton to name a few.
Their sound is more than Alternative Rock; music critics have likened them to the Foo Fighters, Red Hot Chilli Peppers and the up and coming Northern outfit Dinosaur Pile-up.
Asked why the band have chosen to give them album away for free, Nik the lead singer explains: “We are on the lookout for the right label to work with who view music like we do. After we finished recording this album (the band) spoke and realised how much we cringe at all the bands out there who forcefully sell their work to people because they want to be famous when they actually have absolutely nothing to say. Most are no better than the people who enter X-Factor. That’s sad because music is an art and we simply want to have the opportunity to say to people - here is our passion, our art. If you like it then have it. Our focus is making great music and playing live.”
For news about The Red Partizans upcoming tour dates, see their Myspace page: http://www.myspace.com/theredpartizans
Alexandra Read at Glow Public Relations
alexandra (at) glowpublicrelations (dot) co.uk
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