London based hard rock renegades, New Device, sign to TMR Band Management.
UK London based, hard rock quartet, New Device, have announced that they have signed a multi-year management deal with TMR Band Management and prepare a new release in 2017.
New Device are no strangers to the UK hard rock scene having released their debut album, Takin’ Over, in 2009 and now they gear up to go again in 2017 and show clear intent by signing with TMR BM.
Singer, Daniel Leigh, said, “We have definitely attended the School of Hard Knocks and graduated with flying colours! But hell, we love rock n roll and still have a bag full of songs in us that we think should be heard.
Peter at TMR BM, seems to know his stuff and we like what he has done with other bands, so we are ready to go again and can’t wait to play up and down the country in 2017 and see where it takes us. We are just 4 guys that love to play in front of a crowd and that’s just what we intend to do.”
TMR BM boss, Peter Keevil, said on signing New Device, “I love these guys, they are fighters that know how to write a cracking hook-laden rock tune. They haven’t had the breaks but that hasn’t deterred them and that’s half the battle in this day and age. I love that spirit and you see that every time they play.”
New Device are a determined bunch of rock n roll mavericks, with a never say die attitude that reeks of no compromise. Having suffered from rogue managers, false promises and personnel changes they remain undeterred to live their dream and have recently released the critically acclaimed EP – Devil’s On The Run.
Recently signing to the fast rising, TMR Band Management, they gear up to go again in 2017, hell-bent on taking their music to an ever growing audience.
New Device are:
Daniel Leigh (Vox)
Matt Mallery (Guitar)
Nick Hughes (Bass)
Roz Ison (Drums)
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