Music Publishing

We are a full service music publisher with an effective A&R, collection, licensing and administration process. We believe in offering the best creativity and service.

We have a roster of talent including Ellie Goulding, The Vamps, The Vaccines, Jungle and Corinne Bailey Rae. We have secured 12 number one records and sold more than 28 million albums and 32 million singles.

Our artists

Global Publishing provides a boutique service to a carefully selected roster of songwriters and artists.

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Andy Brown

As lead singer of platinum selling band Lawson Andy Brown has sold more than a million records and amassed seven top ten singles. He has now established himself as a prolific songwriter, writing with world renowned writers including Steve Mac, Carl Falk, Wayne Hector, Steve Robson, Eg White and Jesse Shatkin.

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BABEHEAVEN

Babeheaven are singer Nancy, guitarist Jamie, drummer Pike, Nicko on keyboard and guitar and bassist Hugo.

The five-piece bonded over a love of trip-hop, soul and ethereal electronics, with artists ranging from Portishead and James Blake to Stevie Wonder.

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Barnaby

Barnaby is a Southampton-based singer, songwriter and producer.

In recent years, Barnaby has released singles on Soundcloud, Spotify and Apple Music with great support from both press and radio. Barnaby’s sound draws influences from funk, hip-hop and R&B and he often covers his favourite artists such as international superstar Drake.

Barnaby has also featured on songs for the likes of Embody, Delta Heavy and Blue Daisy. Barnaby continues to produce and write for other artists while creating his own music.

The five-piece bonded over a love of trip-hop, soul and ethereal electronics, with artists ranging from Portishead and James Blake to Stevie Wonder.

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Camden Cox

After a chance encounter in London, Camden was approached by Labrinth who was impressed by her voice. Labrinth quickly became a friend and mentor, encouraging Camden to pursue a music career before she got a big break with the label 37 Adventures.

Camden soon became a sought after voice on the UK dance underground scene, featuring on tracks by DC Breaks, Toyboy and Robin, and Friend Within. This inspired Camden to write her own EP collaborating with newcomers Commands (Charli XCX), Digital Farm Animals (Dua Lipa, Nelly), and Mark Ralph (Years and Years, Aluna George). The EP features Camden’s debut single ‘20/20’ and follow up singles ‘Getaway’ and ‘Gold’ which are reminiscent of 90s dance classics like Coco’s ‘I Need a Miracle’ and reflect Camden’s influences from Robyn, The Prodigy and Massive Attack.

Hotly tipped and armed with an EP of euphoric party tracks, Camden Cox is about to take 2017 by storm.

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Cat’s Eyes

Faris Badwan and Rachel Zeffira, also known as Cat’s Eyes, are great storytellers. Following their self-titled debut album in 2011, the duo composed their first ever film soundtrack for Peter Strickland’s ‘The Duke of Burgundy’, for which they won the European Film Award for Best Composer in 2015.

In 2016 Cat’s Eyes released their second album, ‘Treasure House’.

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Chris Young

Chris Young is a pianist, songwriter, producer and vocal producer who has worked with the biggest names in the industry including Kylie, Jason Derulo, Lionel Richie and Rod Stewart.

With a diverse catalogue of work, Chris is credited on film scores including Academy nominated ‘Girl With A Pearl Earring’ and ‘Finding Neverland’.

Chris has written and produced tracks for Ella Eyre, The Shires and Lawson, and was the co-producer of ‘White Light’, the 2015 Gold selling album by The Corrs. Chris has also enjoyed international success in Asia with Girls Generation’s no.1 hit ‘Party’, Super Junior’s ‘Too Many Beautiful Girls’, Lee Hyori’s ‘Bad Girls’ and Namie Amuro’s ‘Fast Car’.

Based at London’s Chestnut Studios, Chris continues to work with developing artists from a range of genres, creating music in the essence of their sound and style.

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Coin

Nashville-based COIN consists of singer and keyboard player, Chase Lawrence, singer and guitarist Joe Memmel, drummer Ryan Winnen, and bassist Zach Dyke. Their debut self-titled album was released in 2015 and was produced by Grammy winner Jay Joyce (Cage the Elephant, Sleeper Agent).
 
The group have since toured non-stop with acts like Walk The Moon, Passion Pit, Young the Giant, and Neon Trees to name a few. Through touring, COIN have honed their sound and performance style which led to Billboard predicting that the group will “break the Nashville mold”. SPIN, NYLON, and Stereogum have also tipped COIN as ones to watch.
 
In 2016 COIN released their single ‘Talk Too Much’ which was quickly featured on Spotify and Pandora playlists. The well-received single stands as a promising preview to their follow up album which is due for release in 2017.

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Corinne Bailey Rae

Corinne Bailey Rae burst onto the music scene in 2006 with her debut self-titled debut album. Entering the UK charts at number one and the US charts at number four, ‘Corinne Bailey Rae’ featured hits ‘Put Your Records On’ and ‘Just Like a Star’. Corinne has since released a further two studio albums, ‘The Sea’ in 2010 and ‘The Heart Speaks In Whispers’ in 2016.
With over five million albums sold, the Leeds-born singer is a two-time Grammy winner including ‘Best R&B Performance’. Corinne has also received multiple Grammy, BRIT, MOBO and BET award nominations.
Corinne received critical acclaim for her 2016 album ‘The Heart Speaks In Whispers’ which debuted at number four on the US Billboard chart. The album featured in both NPR and The Guardian’s top R&B albums of 2016 list, with Billboard naming ‘Green Aphrodisiac’ one of the 10 Best R&B Songs of 2016, and The Huffington Post placing ‘Stop Where You Are’ in their Top Songs of 2016 list.
Corinne has lent her soulful vocals to film and television soundtracks, including Stan Lee’s ‘Lucky Man’ (Sky 1, Season 2) and the highly anticipated ‘Fifty Shades Darker Original Motion Picture Soundtrack’ where Corinne covers the Coldplay classic ‘The Scientist’.

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Dawin

Dawin is a Brooklyn-born vocalist, producer, and a multi-instrumentalist who first turned heads with the 2014 viral hit ‘Just Girly Things’. With the song reaching more than 11.7 million streams on Spotify and 100 million loops on Vine, Dawin soon had the likes of Buzzfeed profiling him and every major label knocking at his door.

Follow-up single ‘Dessert’ brought international success for Dawin with the single becoming certified Gold in Canada, and multi-platinum in the US, New Zealand, Australia, The Philippines and Denmark. ‘Dessert’ took social media by storm with more than 238 million views on YouTube and 140 million streams on Spotify - even a snap sent by Pretty Little Liars star Shay Mitchell on Snapchat featured the dance smash.

In 2016 Dawin released an EP, ‘Sunday’, featuring hit single ‘Jumpshot’ which received more than 400,000 views on YouTube per day following its release and debuted at number one on Musical.ly.

Dawin is currently in the studio finishing his first full length album, which he can’t wait to share with his fans.

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Desert Planes

A lot has changed for London friends Tom Farrer and Ben Niblett since their early days performing on the London pub circuit. After experimenting with other bands and projects, the duo formed indie rock band Desert Planes and haven’t looked back.

Desert Planes are a breath of fresh air in a digital led industry, with songwriting and energetic live shows at the forefront of what they do. The duo have been hotly tipped by Radio X, BBC Introducing and NME following a series of live shows supporting Spector and Johnny Lloyd as well as NME’s Christmas Party at KOKO, Camden.

Desert Planes are releasing new material produced by Rich Turvey (Blossoms, The Coral, and Clean Cut Kid).

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Ellie Goulding

Since she burst onto the music scene in 2010 with her debut album ‘Lights’, Ellie Goulding has achieved worldwide success, selling more than 20 million records including two number one albums.
Ellie rose to fame as music took a pivotal digital turn; fans have watched Ellie’s music videos more than one billion times on Vevo and have streamed her songs more than 900 million times.
Following the release of gold and multi-platinum certified albums ‘Halcyon’ in 2012 and ‘Delirium’ in 2015, power ballad ‘Love Me Like You Do’ became an international number one single for Ellie, as the soundtrack to the box office hit ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’.

On home soil Ellie has won two Brit awards including British Female Solo Artist in 2014; an award which the singer has been nominated for again in 2017.

With three albums’ worth of unreleased material, fans around the world eagerly await to hear plans for Ellie’s next release.

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HOST

HOST are Ben and Tommy, an East London duo who came together through a shared love of artists like New Order and Talking Heads, and house producers Marshall Jefferson and Phuture.

Following remixes for Aurora, Solomon Grey, and Fyfe, HOST released their debut single, ‘All Night Every Night/State of Your Soul’. The duo used their early writing material for the single, which was released in April 2016 on LA label B3SCI Records (Jungle, Aquilo, Oceaan). The self-produced single was mixed by Steve Dub of The Chemical Brothers and featured vocals from both Ben and Tommy.
 
HOST split their time between London and Berlin with both cities influencing their unique harmony-led electronic sound.

In June 2016 HOST made their live show debut at XOYO, showcasing their intention to write and perform classic house influenced songs ready for the dancefloor.
 
Soon after their live debut, HOST released the EP ‘I Wanna Be Your Friend’ as the anticipated follow up to ‘All Night Every Night/State of Your Soul’, gaining widespread support in clubs and on the radio.
 
Tommy and Ben continue to work with Steve Dub as well as dance producer Alex Metric on their debut LP set for release in late 2017.

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INHEAVEN

INHEAVEN are a London based band, who have just completed their debut album with Tom Delgaty. Fusing elements of 90s US indie with a British sensibility, the band are rapidly growing their fan base, with NME calling them one of UK's most exciting new bands. In their time together, INHEAVEN have toured extensively, supporting bands such as Blossoms, Circa Waves and Jamie T.

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James F Reynolds

James started his career as the silent partner and secret weapon for some of the biggest names in dance music in the late Nineties and throughout the Noughties, including Axwell, Tuff Jam, Seamus Haji, Hoxton Whores & the Soul Avengers.

Having initially started as an engineer and programmer, James soon became recognized as a producer and mixer in his own right and over the last few years has produced and/or mixed hundreds of records for artists including Snoop Dogg, Gorillaz, Tinie Tempah, The Saturdays, JLS, The Wanted and many more.

As well as his work as a producer/mixer, James stepped into the spotlight himself on occasion and was part of acts Braund Reynolds and Supermal, whose hit singles ‘Rocket’ and ‘Bigger Than Big’ respectively were both UK top 10 hits.

James currently splits his time between mixing and writing and most recently co-wrote and co-produced Calvin Harris’ smash hit single ’Drinking From The Bottle’ featuring Tinie Tempah, which is featured on Calvin’s number 1 album ‘18 Months.’

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Jungle

In 2014 Jungle released their acclaimed, eponymous debut album on XL Recordings.

‘Jungle’ is a modern, mesmeric soul record that was born out of the UK but has international appeal. It was described by Q as a "brilliant, joyous, unsettling debut" and by NME as "the pop-art album of the summer”. The album sold more than 100,000 copies in the UK.

The band was shortlisted for the 2014 Mercury Music Prize, nominated for British Artist Of The Year at the BBC Music Awards and has received recognition from iTunes and Spotify. Jungle have headlined sold out tours across the world including their biggest headline show to date at London’s 02 Academy Brixton.

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K Stewart

A semi-permanent fixture with the house duo Bondax’s live show, 19 year old KStewart, or Kate to her friend is finally stepping out with a release of her own. The EP featuring three tracks has been created alongside Karma Kid and TCTS.

Debut track ‘Tell me ‘Bout That’ (produced by Karma Kid) racked up 100,000 plays in next to no time and was greeted with significant online support from The Fader, Disco Naivete and approved from DIPLO, Jakwob and MNEK.

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Leo Stannard

Leo Stannard is set to release his debut album in 2017. He has worked with producers Fred Ball (Rihanna, Madonna), Rich Cooper (Mystery Jets, David Byrne) and Jonathan Quarmy (Benjamin Clementine, Plan B) on the album. Leo has also collaborated on remixes with Kidnap Kid and Kant, who are also signed to Black Butter Records.

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Makeness

Kyle Molleson, also known as Makeness, hails from a remote Scottish village of the same name.
Makeness was interested in music and technology from a young age, with a passion for Afrobeat, New Wave, Folk Music and Detroit Techno.

Makeness’ debut EP contains four largely instrumental songs. ‘Rogue’ is the EP’s atmospheric opener with ‘Laca’ and ‘Langa’ offering diverse influences from life in London and the Scottish wilderness. Makeness worked with Dan Jacobs and Glad Hand to create mixes and live drum and bass recordings for the EP.

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Money

MONEY comprise of Jamie Lee, Charlie Cocksedge, Billy Byron and Scott Beaman. They formed in Manchester and embody the passion, creativity and optimism of a new generation of artists and musicians from there. “It’s an extraordinary, poetic city,” frontman Jamie says, “You feel like you can do anything here”.

After hearing ‘So Long (God Is Dead)’, Simon Raymonde decided he had to track them down: “They’re interesting people with a lot to say, and the live shows fascinated me. They were so extravagant and thoughtful, so rare in a new band.” Finding himself in the Bunker, Simon fell under the spell of a band led by a fallen angel with a Macbeth haircut and a mischievous glint in his eye. A band on a quest to discover new values, new ways of being, for these spiritually impoverished times. As Jamie says, “Our aim with this band – in all things we do – is to create the world afresh on our own terms.”

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Nathan Sykes

Having found fame on both sides of the Atlantic as a member of multi-platinum-selling band The Wanted, Nathan Sykes is now better known for his incredible vocal talent and hit music as a solo artist, having already topped the US Billboard Dance Club Chart twice with his debut single ‘Kiss Me Quick’ and ‘Over And Over Again’. A sell-out headline UK tour soon followed, along with an invitation to become a Celebrity Ambassador for The Prince’s Trust. Nathan’s first US live solo performance was on ‘Good Morning America’ in 2015, when he was in New York to headline his own show at the Gramercy Theatre – which sold out in under 10 minutes.

His single ‘Over And Over Again’ shot straight into the UK iTunes Top 5 after just one phenomenal ‘X Factor’ performance. In summer 2016 he joined Take That and Olly Murs on stage at London’s ‘British Summer Time Hyde Park’.

In the same year, America’s PEOPLE magazine named Nathan ‘The Voice’ in its ‘Ones To Watch’ feature, before he headlined the 'People Now' concert series in New York. Nathan has also wowed audiences with appearances on ‘Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve’, ‘The Late Late Show with James Corden’ plus ‘Kelly and Michael’.

Huffington Post has tipped Nathan as “one of the biggest game-changers of the music industry”. Nathan has toured with Canadian superstar Alessia Cara for the 'Know-It-All Tour Part II' in the lead up to the release of his own highly anticipated debut album 'Unfinished Business', which includes single ‘Famous’, an intensely soulful ballad showcasing Nathan's distinctive vocals.

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Nimmo

Nimmo are North West London electronic five-piece Sarah, Reva, Josh, Hannah Rose and Jack who were drawn together through a shared loved of garage, jungle, drum ‘n’ bass and hip-hop.
As they experimented on their sound from school, through university and beyond, childhood friends Nimmo looked to capture the live energy of artists including Tears for Fears, Talking Heads and Little Dragon.
Nimmo’s debut album, ‘Dilute This’, blends cutting-edge electronica with lyrical melancholy and was produced by one half of UNKLE and DFA co-founder Tim Goldsworthy (Hercules & Love Affair, Massive Attack and Cut Copy).
Having signed with Columbia Records and toured with Years & Years, Nimmo remain uncompromising on their sound, look and message.

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Rebecca Clements

Hailing from Bristol, her music has raised comparisons with the likes of Adele and Daughter and gained props from The Line of Best Fit. Despite only being 19 years old, her first singles Wildlife and Coma Boy belie an honest vulnerability that speaks of a wise old soul.

Working with Iain Archer, the producer behind Gabrielle Aplin and Jake Bugg, Rebecca Clements is making a name for herself as one of the UK’s most exciting new songwriters.

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Slovenlie

Slovenlie grew up in Glastonbury and was classically trained from an early age. Fever Ray, John Talabot and Moderat together with Bjork and Grimes are among her many influences, as well as Nine Inch Nails, Joy Division and New Order.
 
Slovenlie’s debut EP which she wrote, produced and performed, is set for release in 2017 through her own imprint Celerity Records. 

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The Academic

Forming in their early teens, The Academic have been building quite a reputation for their live shows and with the band still in their teens , the future looks bright for this new indie outfit from Mullingar, Ireland. Creating an infectious blend of indie rock /pop , this young band have an astonishing ability to craft scores of songs that make people want to sing and dance.

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The Horrors

Faris Badwan, Joshua Third, Tom Furse, Rhys Webb and Joe Spurgeon formed The Horrors in 2005.

The band released three critically-acclaimed albums in quick succession; debut ‘Strange House’ in 2007, Mercury-nominated ‘Primary Colours’ in 2009, ‘Skying’, NME’s ‘Album of the Year’ in 2011. ‘Skying’ saw peers become fans, with support from the Arctic Monkeys’ Alex Turner, Primal Scream’s Bobby Gillespie and singer/songwriter Trent Reznor leading to appearances on BBC Radio 1 and Later… With Jools Holland.

Follow up album ‘Luminous’ in 2014 saw The Horrors work with the best people in the industry including producer Paul Epworth (Adele, Paul McCartney, Foster The People).

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The Script

A lot has changed for The Script since they released their self-titled debut album in 2008. First they broke the UK, followed by the US and then everywhere from Asia to South Africa.

The band has toured with U2, Take That and Paul McCartney, and has headlined three of their own tours including a homecoming show in Dublin in front of 55,000 fans. Between 2012 and 2013 lead singer Danny O'Donoghue made the band a household name when he became a judge on talent show The Voice UK.

The Script are followed by more than 6.6 million fans on Facebook and more than two million on Twitter and on YouTube.

With four multi-platinum albums under their belt, ‘The Script’ in 2008, ‘Science & Faith’ in 2010, ‘#3’ in 2012 and ‘No Sound Without Silence’ in 2014, The Script have sold 20 million records.

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The Vamps

Brad, James, Connor and Tristan Evans met through Facebook and YouTube when they came across each other’s demos.  They created their own sound, adding an acoustic punk twist to music from artists like One Direction, Taylor Swift and Bruno Mars.
  
The Vamps have supported huge artists on tour including Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez, The Wanted and McFly as well as their own headline tours in the UK, the US and Asia.
 
Following their first two albums ‘Meet The Vamps’ in 2014, and ‘Wake Up’ in 2015, the band released single ‘All Night’ in late 2016, teasing the possibility of an upcoming third album.
 
On YouTube, The Vamps have a following of more than 1.8 million subscribers, with up to 15 million views per video.

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The Waterboys

The Waterboys’ career has spanned 3 decades and several radical changes in musical direction, and they are still releasing albums and touring worldwide.

The long-awaited album, ‘An Appointment With Mr Yeats,’ was recently released and the band will continue to tour - and develop new material - throughout 2013.

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Tom Aspaul

Barely a year after starting out, Tom Aspaul signed a publishing deal and began writing for a variety of artists including AlunaGeorge, Kylie Minogue, Snakehips and Karen Harding.

Tom also released his own highly acclaimed mixtape, and featured on XYConstant’s ‘Do It Well’, which was nominated for the Popjustice Twenty Quid Music Prize.

In the lead up to releasing a proper collection of solo material, Tom received widespread media support.

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Toyboy & Robin

In 2012 Toyboy & Robin started out on the deep house scene with summer anthem ‘Jaded’.

Toyboy & Robin have developed their sound by channeling inspiration from influences in the house and techno scene as they continue to produce dancefloor hits.

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Union J

Jaymi, Josh, JJ and George went from talented hopefuls to overnight sensations on the 2012 series of The X Factor.

The band released their self-titled debut album in 2013. For their 2014 follow-up ‘You Got It All – The Album’, Union J worked with some of the biggest names in music including Jamie Scott (One Direction, The Vamps, 5SOS, Jessie), Red Triangle (Little Mix, One Direction) and Eric Frederic (Jason Derulo, Cee Lo Green).

The band have supported huge artists on tour including Selena Gomez and The Vamps, as well as headlining their own sell out 18 date tour.
 
In 2016 Casey Johnson replaced George Shelley. Union J will be touring the UK in 2017.

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