The Ordinary Boys sign new record contract

The band ink a deal

The Ordinary Boys have signed a new record deal.

Polydor have now entered into a long-term partnership with B-Unique. The group will now join B-Unique label mates Kaiser Chiefs and The Automatic at Polydor.

The Ordinary Boys are expected to release their third album later this year.


Polydor co-President David Joseph said of the deal: “The band have built up a loyal fanbase and the new music we’ve heard is fantastic. It is now their time to go to a new level.”


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