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Ross aiming for a hit on a budget.

Ross Darby ALL power to e Fallows frontman Ross Darby and his current solo project.

Ross is trying to get the song Devil and the Deep Blue Sea into the top 40 on a budget of PS99!

e reason? Ross said: "I want unsigned artists to consider self releasing and to come up with chart campaigns to try and break without the need of major labels.

"A chart position for even one week is a great start for young bands."

" Ross believes more small releases equals more live equals more venues hosting the artists and a well needed shot in the arm for the music scene at grass roots level.

A demand for live venues can only come around if bands and acts are looking for venues to host shows in numbers.

e track is now live for a six-week presale period on iTunes and Amazon digital.

Ross will be visiting local BBC radio shows over the next few weeks and hopefully as many sources as possible.

e ocial release is March 29 and all proceeds go direct to Coventry Cyrenians charity for the homeless.

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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Mar 13, 2015
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