Fixers discuss debut album delay and Mercury Records label split

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Jack Goldstein from Oxford band Fixers has been discussing the delay of the group's debut album and the cancellation of their UK tour.

We'll Be the Moon was scheduled to be released on 21 May but still has no release date.

A spokesman from Mercury Records confirmed the label had parted ways with the band.

Ahead of Fixers' homecoming gig at the O2 Academy, Jack told the BBC: "The ball's now in our court."

Camera: Sam King, Marc West

Listen to the full interview with Fixers on BBC Introducing in Oxford on 27 May.

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