April 9, 2020 – Los Angeles, CA – Record label We Are Triumphant, the home of
monumental releases such as Neck Deeps’ Rain In July, Point North’s Retrograde
and the Got You Covered series, has officially partnered with Sony Music subsidiary, The Orchard, in a direct distribution deal. This new partnership will allow the label to amplify their reach in marketing and advertising while using The Orchard’s industry leading analytics.

On the new deal founder, Greg Long, shares, “We’ve worked with The Orchard prior as a sub label account with Victory and it was a great experience. Now that we have a direct deal it is exciting to be now considered our own priority helping the label start a new era of ability and dominance.”

We Are Triumphant was founded in 2010 in Boston, MA and exists to develop new artists in the modern music industry, delivering the best the world has to offer in underground music across multiple genres. Their current roster includes: Anson, Calmgrove, Chandelier, Cemetery Drive, Coletta, Dead/Awake, Decayer, Divided Minds, FRCTRD, Gold Route, Grayscale Season, In Vein, Jason Lancaster, L8ER, Lilac Kings, Lonely Avenue, Marigolds+Monsters Marked;Life, Morphined, Midnight Skies, Not My Weekend, Orchards, Outwaves, Osatia, Parti!, QuietKind, SayWeCanFly, Sefforcer, Sincerely, Me, Storyteller, Thief Club, Together In Tragedy and We Set Signals.

Long states, “We Are Triumphant formed out of the need to create a platform for the artists I believed in. I wanted to make my way into the music industry anyway I could and I started off when I was a teenager managing artists. That turned into me wanting to be able to do more for them.”

We Are Triumphant’s in house team includes Greg Long (CEO, Founder), Justin Stanek
(A&R), Nico LaRocca (A&R), Cody Frain (A&R), and Omar Preciado (Art Director).
For more information on We Are Triumphant, please visit www.WeAreTriumphant.com

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