Kobalt confirms agreement in US and lists next two singles

Kobalt Music Group has today confirmed the administration deal with Roxette in a press release which was published on their website and sent out per email. So far, the information had only been published in Music Week.

In the press release, Kobalt writes that through the deal Kobalt will r”epresent Roxette for synchronisation for motion picture, TV, games, ringtones and other media. ”

The press release also announces the release of “Charm School”, the world tour and probably reveals the title of the next two singles:

The album, which will be released on EMI worldwide (excluding the U.S.), will feature twelve songs described as “updated classic Roxette” including the singles “Way Out” and “Sitting On Top Of  The World.

However,  “She’s Got Nothing On”, which is the first single out of “Charm School”, is not mentioned in the press release.

7 thoughts on “Kobalt confirms agreement in US and lists next two singles”

  1. It would be interesting to see if it turns out to be true. Finally, the last song from an album (which is always strong and special) will get to be a single; “Queen of rain” is the only such case, right?

  2. Like LEO told at TDR it’s more likely a US release will happen a few months later. So maybe the 2nd world release will be the 1st for the US.

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