Your favorite indie bands on Spotify could soon be going behind the streaming service’s temporary paywall.

Independent record label rights agency Merlin announced Thursday it had locked down a multiyear agreement with Spotify. As with Spotify’s deal with Universal Music Group earlier this month, Merlin’s member labels can also choose to make high-profile releases exclusive to Spotify Premium for a limited window.

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Merlin’s members include record labels like Beggars Group, Merge Records, Sub Pop and Domino Records, which are home to bands such as Radiohead, Dirty Projectors, Father John Misty and She & Him. The agreement also continues a previous nine-year agreement Spotify had with Merlin.

Spotify CEO Daniel Ek celebrated the news on Twitter:

With Thursday’s agreement, Spotify now looks to lock down updated deals with the remaining two major label groups: Sony Music Entertainment and Warner Music Group. Both companies will likely work to get the identical flexible release schedule Merlin and Universal Music Group previously obtained.

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While Spotify has been resistant in the past to restrict its catalog for free users, the increasing profile of streaming music — along with talks for an upcoming move to go public — played a role in the company’s shift in position.