What We Do

We cover all aspects of music supervision including composition, search, negotiation & licensing. We pride ourselves in presenting ideas that may not otherwise have been considered.

Our clients are international and cover advertising agencies, broadcasters and all manner of production companies.

Please view our work to get an idea of the creative direction we can bring to your project and give us a call / email and we’ll delve deep into our huge Composer network or Production Music library to answer your brief.

Who We Are

Music Supervisors.

Composers.

Producers.

Musicians.

Production Music

Vocalists.

Arrangers.

Musicologists.

Orchestrators.

Services

  • Music Composition
  • Production Music
  • Sourcing & Licensing
  • Song Creation
  • Soundalikes
  • Worldwide Publishing
  • Orchestration Mock-Ups / Real
  • Music Preparation
  • Session players
  • Vocalists
  • Small Ensemble to Full Symphony Orchestra & Choir
  • Complete Recording Package in London, Budapest & Prague
  • Post Production, Mixing (5.1), Editing & Mastering

Sing A Simple Song

Sing A Simple Song exists because of our love for the simple song. Beautiful melodies, well structured and emotive.

It is our publishing arm. We work with artists and represent their interests in finding placements within Film, TV and Advertising.

Our first great success being the placement of The You & Me’s Here Comes Everybody into the longest ever, 3D ‘A Day In The Life’ Audi Commercial.

We know our artists well and are therefore well placed to produce tailored songs to fit your brief / campaign / brand.

Other Projects | see all…

Audi | 'Coins'

We pitched two pieces for this commercial. As requested, a piano led piece designed to accentuate the coins spinning movement.…
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Puma | 'Surfing'

Droga 5 & Fredrik Bond – This epic 90-second film juxtaposes a slew of reality television audio clips with visuals…
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Volkswagen | 'Fans'

Our first VW spot broadcast during the the 2010 World Cup for the Hispanic USA market. The brief asked for…
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