20 Aug 2019
Romantic ballads, tense military orchestral, ambient soundscapes and driving indie rock
Versatile composer Terry Devine-King crafts scores for everything from reality television to blockbuster films. He’s written for the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and his credits include commercials for Guinness, Rover, Citroen, Orange, Daily Telegraph and Barclays, as well as numerous TV documentaries. Conflicts is an expert orchestral blend of tense, foreboding military themes with heroic brass fanfares, menacing strings and dramatic climaxes.
Up and coming singer-songwriter Harry Lloyd’s debut single (as Waiting for Smith), premiered in Clash Magazine and had airplay on BBC Introducing and across Canada and the USA. Harry has worked with producer Tom Fuller (Clean Bandit, Years & Years and Jess Glynne) and played at 2019’s Latitude.
His new EP features summery, catchy anthems and ballads with his poignant vocals.
The Flight (aka super-producers Joe Henson and Alexis Smith) are Ivor Novello award winners who’ve lent their programming and production skills to artists as diverse as Björk, Rufus Wainwright, Lana Del Rey, David Gray and David Bowie. They’ve also worked on games including Alien: Isolation and the latest in the Assassin’s Creed series.
End of Days expertly brings together a range of ambient soundscapes, from mellow to dark and brooding.
Tristan is an award-winning producer, mixer and composer, who’s worked with Frank Turner and the Holloways. He also mixed the opening track on the soundtrack for the 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony.
Together the Stronger showcases swaggering indie rock with epic, riffing guitars, stomping beats and inspiring lead vocals.
From classic 1970s road-trip rock with bright guitars and funky swagger to relaxed, mid-tempo Californian acoustic with electric slide guitar – a collection of feel-good, sunny, laid back vibes.
Take a European tour, with a romantic French café orchestra waltz featuring accordion and harpsichord, or up-tempo Balkan with rasping brass and gypsy strings. A Bavarian polka and carefree swing give way to a sad tango’s violin, piano and brass.
Energetic guitar rock with powerful, stacked horns and Vegas swagger makes way for funky 1970s West Coast rock with guitars, Hammond organ and upbeat blues rock stomps, featuring horn section.
Reflective, pensive strings and sparse piano create shimmering, cinematic atmospheres, with orchestral textures and dancing woodwind.