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MLTR’s new single, “Silent Times” out on Sept 16, 2014

September 18, 2014

Michael Learns To Rock has just announced that they will be releasing a brand new single everywhere in Asia on Sept 16. This is their first new song since 2012’s ‘Anyway You Want It’ (from their current studio album “Scandinavia”) ‘Silent Times” will go live on iTunes and all other leading DSPs around Asia at the same time it goes live on radio, as well on all of Michael Learns To Rock’s social media properties.

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‘Silent Times’ is written by hit -songwriters Wayne Hector (Olly Murs, James Morrison, One Direction, Westlife, Nicki Minaj, James Blunt), Peter Wallevik (Kylie Minogue, Michael Learns To Rock) , Pat Devine & Tommy Gee. The single is produced by Peter Wallevik and Tommy Gee, with vocal production and mix by Jascha Richter and Mikkel Lentz of Michael Learns To Rock.

The recording and release of “Silent Times” is the next phase in Michael Learns To Rock’s 25th Anniversary Celebrations, after reissuing their first 5 studio albums re-mastered in both ADMS for the CD, and Mastered for iTunes in the beginning of August.

‘Silent Times’ will be one of the new songs to be featured on their latest and most comprehensive best of collection, simply titled “25” which will be released on October 25, 2014. The single will be available as an instant-grat track when one pre-orders the best of collection “25” on iTunes from September 16 onwards.

About Michael Learns To Rock

Michael Learns To Rock originated in Denmark between friends Jascha, Kåre, Mikkel and (former member) Søren in 1988. Their melodious hit singles made them a huge success in Asia with songs like ‘The Actor’, “Sleeping Child’, ’25 Minutes’ and “That’s Why You Go Away”, just to name a few. To the band, it has always been about the music; music that has sold over 11 million albums globally, songs that have logged more than 6 million paid / digital downloads and music videos viewed more than 50 million times on YouTube.