February 19, 2017  

MySpace Wonder PlayRadioPlay! to Release Debut Album and Tour

February 14, 2008 (7:14 am) GMT
Pop/electro band PlayRadioPlay!, fronted by Daniel Hunter, will release their first full-length album which is produced by Jacknife Lee.
MySpace Wonder PlayRadioPlay! to Release Debut Album and Tour

One man band are due to release their first full length album entitled "". The pop/electronica act which is fronted by Daniel Hunter will also embark on a tour with and starting from March 7 in Salt Lake City.

"Texas" will hit the stores on March 18 and Hunter revealed how he got the inspiration. "My father passed away the summer before my freshman year of high school," he said. "My mom drank a lot and wasn't around very much and I got into drugs and drinking and as a result ended up going to rehab for four months when I was a 14."

He added, "Once I got out of rehab I wasn't depressed anymore. I was happy and clean, I had a more positive outlook on everything. That's why PlayRadioPlay is generally happy music with deep, not-as-happy subject lines"

"Texas" is produced by the renown Jacknife Lee and has spawned "Madi Don't Leave" as the lead single. Upon selecting the title of the album, Hunter explained that he loves the state and when he found out that nobody had named their album with that, he claimed it "before someone else did!"

PlayRadioPlay!'s tour dates can be found on their MySpace page.

"Madi Don't Leave" Audio Stream:

TODAY'S HEADLINES

  1. Lisa Marie Presley's Kids in State Custody After Indecent Child Pics Found on Ex's Computer
  2. Samuel L. Jackson Hints at Nick Fury's Appearance in 'Captain Marvel'
  3. Aaron Carter Responds to Racism Accusation After Onstage Brawl
  4. Angelina Jolie Takes Her 6 Kids to Cambodia Amid Brad Pitt Divorce and Custody Drama
  5. Zoe Saldana Gives Birth to Baby No. 3 With Marco Perego
  6. Royal Showdown! Kate Middleton Reportedly Feuding With Meghan Markle
  7. Camila Cabello Is 'Dying' to Enlist Taylor Swift for Debut Solo Album
  8. Donald Glover to Play Simba in 'The Lion King' Remake