Partisan invitation: Idles and Fontaines DC set for Mercury boost

Andre Paine

Partisan MD Zena White has told Music Week that Idles and Fontaines DC have the potential to be the “biggest band in the world”.

The acts are both shortlisted for the 2019 Hyundai Mercury Prize – a first for the indie.

“It’s a great result for the label and it sends a message that the work that we’re doing is of high quality and can compete,” said White.

“We’ve built out our team, broadened our ambition and started to really ...

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