MEN WITHOUT HATS SIGN NEW LABEL DEAL WITH SONIC ENVY, MANAGEMENT WITH CERBERUS
Sonic Envy and Cerberus Management are excited to announce the signing of legendary Canadian band Men Without Hats. Sonic Envy will release their new album of 12 original songs, as well as an album of cover songs in 2021, just as the band celebrates its 40th Anniversary.
Men Without Hats’ New 12-song Album Coming Soon
“Having our friends at Sonic Envy on our team is truly a gift,” said Ivan Doroschuk, lead singer and founding member of Men Without Hats. “We are eager to get started with them and connect with our audience. We have spent the past year working on 12 brand new songs and we can’t wait for our fans around the globe to finally hear them! 2021 will be our year.”
Sonic Envy and Cerberus: Joint Passion for Canadian Talent
Sonic Envy and Cerberus Management service both artists and labels, helping them achieve their goals. With over 30 years of experience in the music industry, the companies have one joint mission; to amplify artists’ voices, messages and to help them pursue their dreams. This new partnership with the iconic new wave, synth-pop band is a testament to the companies’ dedication and passion for Canadian talent.
Brian Hetherman, founder of Sonic Envy and Cerberus Management is thrilled to add Men Without Hats to the roster of talent: “I have been a fan of Men Without Hats since I was a kid and I still have the 45 RPM record of “Safety Dance” that I bought back then. The fact that I am now managing the band and putting out their albums is an incredible honour.”
Men Without Hats Continues Its Global Musical Journey
Led by original founding members Ivan and Colin Doroschuk, Men Without Hats have been rounded out since 2016 by industry veteran Sho Murray, and augmented on this record by Colin’s daughter, Soprano Sahara Sloan. For the past 10 years, Men Without Hats have toured the world with the cream of 80’s royalty, playing for crowds in North and South America, Europe, Scandinavia, Jamaica, Australia, Mexico and South Africa. In fact, they have reached even more people and places than during their previous tours. Their crossover sound and message is resonating with a new generation of fans eager to appreciate the 80’s influences in their own current brand of pop.