PNK FME signs with Niche Productions & Futuremag [exclusive]
Adelaide vocalist and producer PNK FME has taken his career to the next step by signing new deals for bookings and management.
He’s joined with agents Jess Wurst and Kim Ramos from Niche Productions.
Wurst and Ramos first saw PNK FME (aka Lachlan Turnock) perform live in 2019, which encouraged them to sign the rising act.
“We’re so happy to be working with PNK FME and his team on bookings in Australia and New Zealand!” the pair tell TMN.
“After seeing him perform at EMC:LIVE last year, it was clear he’s one of the most exciting upcoming acts of 2020 and definitely one to keep an eye on, big things are on the horizon!”
“Seeing my name alongside BENEE, Teisha, Parcels, SAFIA and so many more outstanding acts has been a dream of mine,” says PNK FME.
“My agents, Jess and Kim are incredibly supportive and motivating, so it’s lovely to have them on the team! They’re dedicated to seeking new talent such as myself and building them in the live scene across Australia and New Zealand.”
PNK FME & Luke Byatt / by Zara Mutti
In addition, PNK FME has inked a management deal with Luke Byatt, who recently celebrated four years of Futuremag.
Byatt has been a long time collaborator and consultant for Turnock’s musical project, with their relationship now formalised.
“I’ve been working with Lachie’s PNK FME project on a consulting basis for a while now, but this year we finally decided to seal the deal,” Byatt tells TMN.
“It’s been phenomenal to see the project prosper, Lachlan has come so far on a professional and personal level. I couldn’t be more proud! I’m looking forward to continuing playing my part in reinforcing and advancing his career.”
The new deal comes alongside the release of his new single ‘You Never Said’, a track that PNK FME says came as a result saying “fuck you” after “a period of retrospection with rage resonating from my shattered emotional state due to someone’s destructive actions towards me.”
“It’s great to bring Luke officially into the fold,” says PNK FME of his new MGMT deal.
“I feel comfortable working with him, especially because his collaborative nature has strengthened my understanding of the music industry. It has been an honest pleasure, and I wouldn’t want to be with anyone else.”
PNK FME was set to take his live show to new heights at Groovin The Moo 2020, however, the festival has been cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak.