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UK ALT ROCKERS INK. SIGN WITH BREAD & BUTTER RECORDS

“We are pleased that the roller coaster nature of INK. has now found a home. The team blossoming around us is hugely encouraging as a band."

London-based Alternative Rock trio INK. have signed a record deal with Bread and Butter Records, part of the Golden Robot Global Entertainment Group.

INK. burst onto the UK scene in 2018 with an atmospheric alt-rock debut EP titled Heaven. The line-up that piqued the interest of national press included Dougie Poynter (McFly), lead vocalist Todd Dorigo, and Corey Alexander on drums. INK. followed up the success of their debut EP with a sold-out UK tour which saw them firmly established with a loyal fanbase and a very positive future in sight. In early 2019, however, the band parted ways with Dougie and recruited new bass player, Elliot Morgan, introducing him at their first 2019 show in London in April.

“We are pleased that the roller coaster nature of INK. has now found a home. The team blossoming around us is hugely encouraging as a band,” stated Dorigo.

INK.

Boasting a sound that can only be described as alternative rock with hints grunge, classic rock and new wave, the members of INK. are heavily influenced by a range of artists, from The Rolling Stones, Nick Cave and Nirvana to the writings of Alan Ginsberg, Vladimir Nabokov, and Jack Kerouc; often contrasting their pop-influenced hooks and bass-driven verses with lyrics covering topics of anxiety, love and coming of age. It doesn’t get much better than that, does it?

INK. are back in the studio putting the finishing touches on their second EP.

Michelle is an award-winning professional journalist/managing editor/editor whose career has spanned more than 30 years with many notable national and international publications. She is married to an Episcopal priest who thinks it is awesome what his significant other does for a living.

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