Fresh from their critically acclaimed new music stage set at Melbourne’s St. Kilda Festival, Ten Thousand have landed an international management deal with entertainment powerhouse, Unbreakable Global.
The band was first noticed by Unbreakable CEO, Mark Spillane, at Stone Music Festival while supporting Aerosmith and Van Halen.
Spillane mentioned his immediate reaction to the band’s innovative approach reminiscent of a multitude of influences from Queens of the Stone Age, to Muse, to 30 Seconds To Mars.
“I instantly connected with the way Ten Thousand destroy the barriers between progressive and power rock”, he said.
Armed with a string of new singles and a further developed sound having recently spent time writing and recording at Birdland studios with legendary Australian producer, Lindsay Gravina, the band are gearing up to take their show back on the road.
With the Unbreakable Global network bases in Australia, U.S and U.K, Ten Thousand front man, Jay Bowen, expressed his anticipation for the next phase.
“I know that this next step is going be a huge leap for the band.”
“We’re working on two major projects as well as an album release and a tour, so being able to tap into Unbreakable’s global network is really going to take it to the next level”, he said.
Unbreakable Global have recently restructured and are entering a new phase incorporating international associates and industry leaders from all ends of the entertainment industry.
The photo shows the Ten Thousand boys mixing it up with new management, Unbreakable Global – left to right: Brandon Valentine, Marty Kawaler, Luke McKenzie, Jason Beardsley and Jay Bowen with Unbreakable Global General Manager, Kristie Lawrence and CEO, Mark Spillane.