Torres says she’s been dropped by 4AD for “not being commercially successful enough”

American singer-songwriter Torres says she’s been dropped by her record label, 4AD, for “not being commercially successful enough”.

She released her third album ‘Three Futures’ via the label last September, the follow-up to 2013’s ‘Torres’ and 2015’s ‘Sprinter’.

“My former label, @4AD_Official, has decided to drop me from a 3 album deal for not being commercially successful enough,” she explains. “I wish them all the best. Also, fuck the music industry. Xo, Mackenzie.”

Other acts currently on 4AD include Grimes – who has an album expected later this year – Daughter, Purity Ring, Future Islands, The Lemon Twigs, The National, Pixx, SOHN and Tune-Yards.

Listen to Torres’ recent single, ‘Three Futures’ below.

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