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The Foreign Films

The Foreign Films
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Bill Majoros is the songwriter and lead vocalist / Multi-instrumentalist of Psychedelic pop act The Foreign Films.

Born in Hamilton, Ontario, Bill is a Canadian musician who has toured, recorded and played with many Canadian acts including Universal Honey, The Paper Airplane Company, The Cloudsmen, and Altogether Morris. From 1997 to 2004, he worked as main writer & guitarist in Flux A.D., winning Hamilton Music Awards 2004 "Best Alternative Album of the Year"[1] .- fellow members in Flux A.D. included Julie Fader (from the Great Lake Swimmers and Sarah Harmer's band), and Graham Walsh from Holy Fuck.Bill has also worked with legendary producers Bob and Daniel Lanois(Dylan,U2 etc)

The Foreign Films debut double length CD "Distant Star" was released in 2007. Co-produced along with Hamilton, ON producer Carl Jennings, the CD was nominated for "Album of the Year" Hamilton Music Awards 2007 [2].Bill was also nominated as guitar player of the year.

The Foreign Films are working on a new EP and full length album to be released in Summer/Fall 2010
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