I Was A Cub Scout offer fans chance to appear on B-side

Band ask aspiring acts to cover them for new single

I Was A Cub Scout offer fans chance to appear on B-side
I Was A Cub Scout are offering fans a chance to record and release one of their tracks for the band’s next single.

They release double A-side single 'Pink Squares'/'Echoes' on January 28, and are inviting fans to record their own version of 'Pink Squares' to be used as a the official B-side for the single.

Drummer William Bowerman said: "We heard a bunch of interesting cover versions of 'Pink Squares' on the internet, kids with acoustic guitars or kids remixing the song, so we thought it’d be ace to offer them the chance to be on our single."

The track can be currently heard on Myspace.com/iwasacubscout.

To enter MP3s should be submitted to the band’s management by December 3 via peter@fearandrecords.com.


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