The Swayback signs with U.K.'s Self Made Records, for re-release of Double Four Time

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The Swayback released Double Four Time on its own more than a year and a half ago on its Long Gone Lads imprint. The album, which contained the band's best material to date, is completely worthy of much greater exposure. So it's heartening to hear that the band has finally landed a record deal. Double Four Time will be re-released worldwide on Self Made Records, a Nottingham, England-based label with distribution through RED, sometime next year, and the outfit will head to the U.K. for a tour in support of the release.

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