Music and brand partnerships

Time and time again, research has shown that music is the number 1 way for a brand to connect with an audience. We have a proven track record working with international brands and integrating them into our campaign.

Our recent clients and projects

  • Our staff have helped orchestrate compelling promotions with Puma, creating a cross-platform incentive scheme for their customers, and providing free mp3s to an enthusiastic audience through their site. We were also responsible for scouting and sourcing the best active music for this audience - including a then-unsigned Chipmunk.

  • We worked with London Olympics 2012 and Universal on a Get Fit programme, a compilation of music sequenced to ensure a steady pace of training, quickening as it progresses, and then finishing with a wind down period at the end. Inside, there was an informative fold-out booklet giving the audience useful training tips and, timed perfectly around the start of the year's 'resolution time', the compilation received national distribution and coverage - as well as featuring the talents of Girls Aloud, The Saturdays and Sugababes.

  • We've worked on partnerships between the Classic Rock brand and heavy metal icons, and helped London lifestyle magazine Time Out on a London-centric release, Songs To Define A City, featuring the likes of The Kinks, Pulp and David Bowie.

  • We have worked with Brit Award winning No.1 artist Tinie Tempah and O2 on a music video presentation and helped secure widespread national and digital coverage for the project.

We have also helped Decibels tie up an airplay deal with clothing company Jack Wills, worked with Craig Finn of The Hold Steady to launch his own beer, had Savage Nomads perform for Artrocker and Original Penguin at their flagship store in Covent Garden, secured Lonely The Brave’s involvement in the launch of last year's Guitar Hero title and helped both the Glamour Kills and Disturbia T-shirt brands make inroads into music and mainstream media, increasing their profile, fanbase and, importantly, sales in the UK market.

We are always keen to hear from brands or marketing teams looking for a creative and dedicated PR team in the UK. We will get you the coverage you’re looking for.


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