REDDITCH rockers Byron Hare have released their much anticipated debut EP, Sleep on the Fire.

The band, who specialise in post pop, held a unique Halloween-themed launch party last Friday at Death or Glory Records to celebrate.

The six track record is being released through Death or Glory Records' own label, which forms part of the shop's already established social enterprise, supporting Redditch's local music scene.

The label's aim is to find the best talent the town has, and work with bands that share the same principles and ethos as the label.

Six piece creative collective Byron Hare have quickly built up a growing reputation, playing both local gigs as well as touring outside of the area.

Throughout the last year they have headlined festivals and been played on a number of radio stations, including Radio One.

The band is scheduled to appear on Huw Stephens' Radio One show on November 11, along with Death or Glory Records' founder Steven Hadley, who will be talking about the Redditch music scene and why he signed the band.

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