LONDON (CelebrityAccess) – Bucks Music Group has signed Brighton-based band Sick Joy to an exclusive worldwide publishing deal.
This year alone, the band sold out Camden Assembly Rooms as part of the venue’s Spotlight showcase events, released its debut EP Amateurs, confirmed support slots for acts like Feeder, Tigercub and Honeyblood, made appearances at Camden Rocks and 2000 Trees festivals, signed with X-Ray Touring, booked a fall tour alongside Shacklewell Arms for this upcoming October, and received regular radio airplay and support from everyone from BBC Radio 1 / BBC Introducing to Kerrang! and Amazing Radio.
Commenting on the signing, Hannah Vincent, A&R assistant at Bucks Music Group, said: “I came across Sick Joy at their Camden Assembly show back in January and was completely blown away. Their ongoing drive and creativity makes them one to watch out for. We’ve created a team that I’m proud to be a part of and I’m extremely excited about the future.”
Sick Joy’s manager, Tom Lynam, added: “I’m really excited to be working with Hannah, Sarah and the team. Their enthusiasm and passion for Sick Joy is incredible. The future of guitar music is an exciting place to be right now and a Bucks Music, Sick Joy collaboration is a perfect match.”
Say Something Records will release new music from the band shortly.