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Manager hopes Walkway’s new single will get band major attention

Redgrave-based rock band Walkway ANL-150509-170436001
Redgrave-based rock band Walkway ANL-150509-170436001

Redgrave rockers Walkway have released a brand new single which their manager hopes could be the track which gets the band major attention..

The new song, titled Mission Impossible, received its first airtime on BBC Radio Suffolk towards the end of last month.

The band spent four days recording at the Sonic-One Studio in Wales for the track, which has been written by Chris and his brother James, as well as a producer who has worked with the likes of Amy Winehouse and Mike Rutherford of Genesis.

Band manager Michael Ready told the Diss Express while it currently is not availble to purchase, it would be used to promote the band in the United States.

“We have got one of our people who is working with us going off to America in a couple of week’s time and he is taking it with him.

“He has got some high-profile meeting and the single is going to be used as a tool in the meetings to gauge reaction over there.

“I think it is probably the most commercial thing we have done.

“It is something to get the band noticed and hopefully some attention.

“The next month or so should be very interesting.”

Chris added: “We are really happy with it. A lot of effort went into it. The reaction we have been getting, everybody seems to absolutely love it. “

For more on Walkway, visit www.officialwalkway.com

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