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13th December 2017

the amorettes

MetalTalk favourites The Amorettes have signed a worldwide record deal with German label SPV/Steamhammer, and will release their new album early in 2018.

Guitarist/vocalist Gill Montgomery tells us:

"This is great news for The Amorettes. SPV have a tremendous reputation for supporting their artists, so this move makes so much sense."

the amorettes

Bass player Heather McKay adds:

"This is the next big step for the band, and we can't wait to see what the future holds with SPV."

the amorettes

Drummer Hannah McKay says:

"To be on the same label as an icon like Lita Ford, and so many other fantastic bands is unreal. We are really looking forward to working together with SPV to take our music further afield."

the amorettes

The Amorettes have undertaken a heavy touring schedule in the last couple of years and shared stages with Thunder, Black Star Riders, Europe, Danko Jones, Ash, Airbourne, The Dead Daisies, Black Stone Cherry and appeared at Download, T-In The Park, Rock And Blues, Steelhouse, Bloodstock, Planet Rockstock, Hard Rock Hell, Wildfest, Nordic Noise and more.

Olly Hahn, head of SPV/Steamhammer tells us:

"I always have an affinity for girl bands like Rock Goddess and Girlschool from the UK, or Vixen and Phantom Blue from the USA and that's why I'm really happy that The Amorettes are now part of the Steamhammer family.

"The band worked hard the last years and I'm sure that with the new album, and the team behind the band, everything will pay off!"

The Amorettes first exploded on to the international rock scene in early 2015 with the release of their Chris Tsangarides produced debut album, 'Game On'.

The acclaimed follow-up, 'White Hot Heat', was produced by Thunder's Luke Morley, engineered by Nick Brine (Coldplay, Ash, Snow Patrol, Bruce Springsteen, The Darkness) and mastered by Pete Maher (U2, The Rolling Stones).


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