Lily Allen’s record label ITNO shuts down

The Sony imprint released albums by Cults and Tom Odell

Lily Allen‘s record label, ITNO, has shut down.

The Sony imprint, founded in 2011 and called ITNO (In The Name Of), is best-known for releasing albums by Cults and Tom Odell‘s ‘Long Way Down’.

As The Sun report, the Sony imprint has now been shut down, with Odell moving to sister label Columbia.

The Sun quotes a source as saying: “She hoped by now to have an array of top talent on her roster but it’s quite the opposite. Three years is enough time to gauge success. It’s just run its course.”

“[Allen] is very happy that Tom Odell’s records will be released on Columbia, who were the distributors for ITNO,” adds a spokesperson for Allen. “Lily will shortly be announcing a new signing/consulting role for another label.”

Allen herself is signed to Parlophone, who released her latest album ‘Sheezus’ earlier this year.

Lily Allen recently announced a UK tour for November and December, plus a New Year’s Eve gig in Edinburgh. The singer will kick things off in Glasgow this weekend (November 22), with the tour finishing with a homecoming gig at the O2 Academy in Brixton on December 12.

Lily Allen will play:

Glasgow, O2 Academy (November 22)
Sheffield, O2 Academy (23)
Manchester, O2 Apollo (25)
Birmingham, O2 Academy (26)
Brighton, Centre (27)
Plymouth, Pavillions (29)
Portsmouth, Guildhall (30)
London, O2 Academy Brixton (December 12)
Edinburgh, Hogmanay 2015 (December 31)

To check the availability of Lily Allen tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.