Music For Nations announces "incendiary" new signing Astroid Boys

Ben Homewood

Venerated rock and metal label Music For Nations has unveiled its first signing since reopening in 2015. The imprint, a division of Sony run by label head Julie Weir and label manager Joel De’ath, has signed Cardiff rock/grime five-piece Astroid Boys.

Speaking exclusively to Music Week, Weir – who took up her position in April after 21 years in the independent sector with Visible Noise – said: “Music For Nations is a legendary label with great heritage that’s now ...

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