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Friday, 16 November 2012 09:23

Malta: Official 89.7 Bay Track Released

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It has been noted in the past couple of years that the Bay Music Awards have become an important part of the local cultural calender managing to attract several individuals from different backdrops with one concept and that is to enjoy themselves whilst awarding the best that music has to offer in the Maltese Islands as showcased on 89.7 Bay during the year. In the run up to the event, one could easily note the recording of a track which would be done with a big heart representing the charity that the country has been known to offer to those who are in need and in fact, the Singing for Bay Kids single returns for yet another year and this time bearing the name Circles. It was officially launched on the leading radio station on Monday with the official video launched on Wednesday afternoon.

The track has been recorded, mixed and produced by Peter Borg of Red Electrick at Railway Studios with the mastering done by Boris Cezek at Doyaya Studios. Circles has been written by Matthew James Borg, also of Red Electrick and Klinsmann Coleiro who alongside his band Planet Seed are nominated for the Best Newcomer Award. The performers of the song are the co-writers alongside Clint Spiteri of Dolls for Idols, Peter Borg, Corinna and Raphael Tonna. You could view the music video of the track below which has been directed by Matthew James Borg as well. It is a stunning piece of work and we at escflashmalta.com for starters are proud to be promoting this track as part of the spectacular event set for the 12th December 2012 at the Bay Arena. Stay tuned for more features about the 2012 edition of the Bay Music Awards in the coming hours, days and weeks.

Source: 89.7 Bay


Last modified on Friday, 16 November 2012 09:36