New Albany pop-rock trio recently landed a multi-album deal with Epic Records
The teenagers in New Albany pop-rock trio New Hollow aren't quite old enough to drink just yet, which means they'll have to wait a bit to (legally) toast their good fortune following word the band recently inked a deal with Epic Records, home to artists like Outkast, Modest Mouse and Karmin.
The band's management company, Columbus-based 614 Artist Management, broke news of the multi-album deal on Twitter over the weekend.
We are pleased to announce that @NewHollowBand has signed a multi-album record deal with @Epic_Records and @LA_Reid- 614 Artist Mgt. (@614ArtistMgt) January 25, 2014
Bandmates Evan West, 19, Mookie Clouse, 19, and Chad Blashford, 18, founded the group while enrolled at New Albany High School, releasing their debut single, "Sick," in November 2010.
Watch the video for the group's latest single "She Ain't You" below.