Skint Records and Little Man Tate tackle illegal downloading

Little Man Tate's I Am Alive comes with a ticket to the band's headline show at Rotherham's 4000 capacity Magna venue on the March 28. In an added bid to reduce bootlegging, the single will not be promoted to the radio or press until the day of its release.

Skint Records' Managing Director JC Reid says, "Skint will always support the band in their pro-active approach in trying to tackle illegal downloading and file sharing issues. Little Man Tate work ...

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