Breakfast Club’s “Want It All” is now up to Number 8 in the Music Week Commercial Pop Club Charts – the band’s highest chart position to date.
Breakfast Club’s “Want It All” (Club Mix) is in at #22 in the Music Week Commercial Pop Club Chart.
The new singe, “Want It All” with Stephanie McCourt on vocals is going down a storm in the clubs since its release at the beginning of August. The Club Mix is the curtain raiser for the new single which will be on national release in early Autumn. Catch the Club Mix on Spotify and all…
Available on all the usual platforms. We think it is brilliant. Listen and buy!
The original version of Breakfast Club’s highly successful single ‘The Best We Can’ will be released on 12 April. It features the celebrated vocalist Juliet Roberts and has been released following the success of the cover version of the song which has already passed 300,000 word-of-mouth hits on Spotify.
Breakfast Club will be on the Sunny and Shay show on BBC Radio London this Saturday at 10pm. Juliet Roberts, who sings on the hit song “The Best We Can” will sing a new Breakfast Club song – “Better Than That” – along with one of her own tracks, “Stop and Look Around”.
“The Best We Can”, the new single from Breakfast Club has passed 100,000 streams on Spotify. For variety, here is the iTunes link: http://itunes.apple.com/album/id1425978474?ls=1&app=itunes
Congratulations to Bed Hedz for scoring the label’s first Top Ten hit. ‘Way Past Heaven’ is up to Number 10 in Music Week’s Commercial Pop club chart.
Confirmation that Bed Hedz’ third single is the latest to make the Top 20 in Music Week’s Commercial Pop club chart. Congratulations again to all involved.