Wind-up Records has teamed up with Nashville-based development company Porter-Gentry Productions to help promote and market new Wind-up country act
Eric Durrance.

Under the new partnership, Wind-up will work with Porter-Gentry Productions'
Bernard Portner and Teddy Gentry to develop and execute a marketing and promotional campaign to push Durrance's new single and album, "Angels Fly Away," to country music executives and radio stations.

The new album will be released in the early fall via Wind-up Records. The album's title track, "Angels Fly Away," co-written by Craig Wiseman and Dallas Davidson, will be released to radio on June 9. To help support the single and album, Durrance will tour this month with country acts Jason Aldean and Lady Antebellum. A radio promotional tour with Teddy Gentry is also in the works.

Along with Durrance, Wind-up's roster includes Evanescence, Seether, Finger
Eleven and 12 Stones, among others. Wind-up Records, a subsidiary of New York-based Wind-up Entertainment, is distributed worldwide by Sony/BMG Entertainment (excluding Canada).