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Powderfinger Sign Worldwide Publishing Deal, Who Knows Where You Might Hear Them Next?

Powder FingerVeteran Brisbane band Powderfinger have signed a worldwide administration deal with Dew Process Publishing that covers some of the bands greatest hits.

Strong ties to the company, started by their manager Paul Piticco, prompted the change that includes their first five studio albums, Parables For Wooden Ears, Double Allergic, Internationalist, Odyssey #5 and Vulture Street.

Publishing is the means through which revenue is generated for the band through ads, royalties and broadcasts, this move sees them in trusted hands; sure to make them money in their sleep.

Dew Process Publishing’s Licensing and A&R Manager Fergus Jenkins said, “To have the privilege of being the custodian of these songs is extremely humbling. Powderfinger are one of our country’s most treasured and important songwriters. I am looking forward to continuing to work closely with the ‘Fingers.

“Kobalt is excited to extend our relationship with Dew Process and honoured to be representing such an important part of the amazing Powderfinger catalogue,” added Simon Moor, Sydney-based Managing Director of Kobalt Music Group Australia.

The Brisbane rock band was prolific during the 90’s and has sold more than two million albums in Australia before going on hiatus after their 2010 Sunset Farewell Tour.

With their previous publisher Mushroom Music, Powderfinger music appeared in movies and TV series as Two Hands, Mission Impossible 2 and Grey’s Anatomy.

At Dew Process, they join a roster that includes The John Steel Singers, Last Dinosaurs, Whitley, Ernest Ellis, The Falls and Art Of Sleeping.

Watch their last live performance of These Days from November 2010 in Brisbane

 

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