Big Big Train Signs Music Contract With InsideOut Music

Big Big Train Signs Music Contract

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Big Big Train Signs Music Contract And Embarks on a New Journey with InsideOut Music

InsideOut Music, a well-renowned record label known for its progressive music artists, has announced a multi-album partnership with Big Big Train, a prominent name in the music scene. The alliance, seen as a significant step forward for both parties, projects the release of Big Big Train’s new studio album by Spring 2024.

Big Big Train, originally an independent group, is known for managing its record label, English Electric Recordings. Despite having numerous offers over the decade, they prudently deliberated their options. It was their shared vision with InsideOut that hinted towards a forthcoming synergy, allowing them to foster their growth in the ever-transforming music industry.

Gregory Spawton, the founder and bassist of Big Big Train, conveyed his enthusiasm for the new journey. He explained that Over the last decade, the band had received multiple offers from all different record labels. Nonetheless given the band’s musical style it was important for the group to sign with a label that understood the progressive rock music genre. Gregory seemed very excited about the opportunities that InsideOut Music and Sony offered the band.

Nick D’Virgilio, Big Big Train’s drummer, was jumping with joy that he was joining a label that hosted such legendary groups such as  Yes, Dream Theater, Steve Hackett, Kansas, Devin Townsend, and Jethro Tull.

Meanwhile, comments from Thomas Waber, the head of InsideOut Music, further conveyed how they were equally titillated for this new journey with Big Big Train stating how much the label looked forward to working with Big Big Train.

This strategic agreement paints a promising future for Big Big Train, expected to reach a larger audience that has yet to experience its music. By striking a deal with InsideOut, they are confidently embarking on a new chapter of growth and expansion. As the fans wait eagerly for their new album, this alliance has stirred a revitalizing wave of anticipation and curiosity in the music realm.

Big Big Train was formed in the city of Bournemouth, Dorset, England. The band started creating music in 1990. So far Big Big Train has released fourteen studio albums. You can check out our top 10 Big Big Train songs list if you are unfamiliar with the band’s music

Top 10 Big Big Train Songs

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