A successful and highly-publicised tour throughout Asia for young Australian alt pop duo The Beamish Brothers has lead to a distribution deal in South Korea with FEEL MUSIC | MUSICAROMA, TIO can exclusively announce.

Last month, the Toowoomba, Queensland brothers took their single ‘Kills Me Every Time’ on tour through Japan and Korea. The 12 shows were widely covered by local media with MegaHorn noting the duo’s “pure youthful groove”.

Now, Jeremy and Benjamin Beamish have inked an exclusive distribution deal in South Korea with MUSICAROMA Inc whose digital retailers distribution list includes Melon, Genie, Naver Music, and Bugs.

TIO can reveal the pair will release an EP through the distributor on August 16.

The Beamish Brothers’ breakthrough single ‘Kills Me Every Time’ has found a whole new groundswell of building fans in South Korea, a territory renowned for transforming K-pop and new wave pop careers.

‘Kills Me Every Time’ has now clocked almost 80,000 streams on Spotify and 63,000 on the music video.

Watch The Beamish Brothers’ clip for ‘Kills Me Every Time’:

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With the help of the pair’s manager Nicole Lepusic (of PeachesMGMT) The Beamish Brothers have collaborated with renowned Japanese artists The Syamisenist Japan  and Kaiki 

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Speaking to TIO, Jeremy and Benjamin have called the experience “surreal”.

“Coming face to face with people who could barely speak English but somehow knew our lyrics made us truly grateful,” they said. “For us, meeting our incredible Asian fans and making some new ones was the highlight… which is saying something because our whole tour was jam-packed with exciting sites, delicious food and memorable moments.

“We were super impressed at the way Japanese audiences were so respectful, always listening to our music so intently and approaching us afterwards to tell us just how much they enjoyed the show. We will definitely be returning to Asia.

Speaking of the new distribution deal, The Beamish Brothers said:

“We’re so excited to be distributing our upcoming EP with MUSICAROMA Inc because they’re such pros and leaders in their field. It really feels like we’re being handed the opportunity to make a splash in the Asian market and launch a much bigger following in Korea. It’s something that we never even thought about this time last year but can’t wait to see where it leads us.”