Samstag, 20. Januar 2018


“The Lovercall” storms iTunes and Musicload Charts

The Makemakes land a Hit with www.Feiyr.com

Traunstein, (lifePR) - Newcomer band The Makemakes is riding a wave of success created by their song "The Lovercall". Marketed by online music distributor Feiyr.com, the song has been among the chart leaders of the largest download portals for several weeks now.

It sounds like flowers, colorful paper streamers and a little bit of heartache - since the end of May "The Lovercall" by The Makemakes has become one of the most downloaded songs on the largest and most important download sites in Austria. In mid June it led the Musicload.at charts for several days. It even rose to the top three of the Austrian iTunes Rock charts, next to bands like "Die Ärzte" and "Die Toten Hosen". Almost all public and private radio stations in Austria are playing the hit on heavy rotation.

However, the band members, Florian Meindl (drums), Dominik Muhrer (vocals, guitar) and Markus Christ (bass) aren't done yet. They are aiming squarely at conquering the international charts. The three full-blooded musicians from Mondsee near Salzburg are in their early twenties and classically trained, award-winning instrumentalists. They combine elements on Rock, Reggae and Punk into their own special blend. Their band formed in 2007 as "The Skaverells" before being renamed in May 2012.

Currently, The Makemakes rock audiences at city festivals, events and concerts in Austria and southern Germany. Their next single will be released in October 2012.

Release Information
Title: The Lovercall
Artist: The Makemakes
Label: Almost Perfecto Records
EAN: 4250618730233
Video: www.youtube.com/...
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Based in the Bavarian town of Traunstein, DANCE ALL DAY Musicvertriebs GmbH is one of the world's largest Dance Music distributors in the fields of vinyl and mp3 downloads. Their portfolio includes approximately 1,400,000 items from more than 600 providers and music publishers. The company was founded by Armin Wirth in 1993. It currently employs 18 people and operates subsidiaries in Vienna, Budapest, Moscow and Prague.

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