The Hoosiers have had a disagreement over a promotion of their latest album
Following disagreements over the promotion of their latest album, The British pop stars, The Hoosiers that have come up with songs like ‘Worried About Ray, Cops and Robbers and The Trick To Life’ have split from their record company.
The band, who had a hit with ‘Goodbye Mr A’ said that they were not happy with Sony executives at the way 2010 record ‘The Illusion of Safety’ has been marked.
The bands frontman Irwin Sparkes told the Scottish newspaper that he didn’t think that many people knew a second album had been released. The band are now hoping to reissue the album with the new title ‘Bumpy Ride’ and to add extra songs to the album.
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