Spune Signs Seryn to Management Deal, Plans Band's First Release for Spring 2010

Exciting news for Seryn today: Spune has just announced via a press release that it has signed the band to a management/artist development deal and that it will release the band's debut album in spring 2010.

Not bad for a band born just this past March. Then again, we've already explained enough times that this band's surprisingly mature for its age, so, can't say we're too surprised by this development.

Regardless: Congrats all around--not just to Seryn, but to Spune, whose expanding roster is becoming an impressive one.

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