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Binder - New Single Out Today, Free Download


Damien Binder - New Single Out Today, Free Download

Muse Records announces the release of the new Damien Binder single ³Till Now² on Monday 17th February.

The single follows hot on the heels of Binder¹s critically acclaimed showcase at the World Series, and is produced by Chris Van de Geer. "Till Now" marks their first studio collaboration together since Second Child (the 90's grunge-pop outfit the pair founded) split in 1997.

The single is being released on CD-quality MP3 format only, and is available for free download from http://wwwdamienbinder.com until the end of March.

Quote of the month: "Local singer-songwriter Damien Binder showed the expectant crowd, with his beautifully constructed songs, why he should soon be bigger than Bic." NZ Herald review of Marianne Faithfull's Auckland concert.

SOUTH BY SOUTHWEST Damien Binder has been invited to play the prestigious South By SouthWest (SXSW) festival in Austin,Texas in March. The festival which counts such luminaries as Neil Young, David Gray, Ryan Adams, Johnny Cash & The White Stripes amongst it¹s alumni is seen as THE event to be talent-spotted at (check out the this year's line-up plus past players at http://www.sxsw.com).

While in Texas, Binder will also take some time out to play the South By Soup Fest, a charity concert for Caritas of Austin, an organisation looking after the homeless and desperately poor of Austin. Caritas¹ soup kitchen caters for 300+ people a day - more info on their work can be found at http://www.caritasofaustin.org

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