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Popcaan’s back with Forever

We’ve been working with Mixpak Records to spread the news on the streets that Popcaan has just dropped his second album, ‘Forever’. The new release marks a milestone for Popcaan as his second solo album, and reaffirms his status as the torch bearer of the dancehall genre. The Jamaican born artist has racked up some […]

Florence takes us Higher

We’ve been working with Virgin EMI to raise your spirits up with the brand new album from Florence + The Machine, ‘High as Hope‘. The campaign ran throughout London exclusively as 48 sheet posters, with the exception of an impressive 96 sheet on Hammersmith road. In other major UK cities, including Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow, […]

About 30 is all Gold for Adekunle

Adekunle Gold, the self-proclaimed father of the ‘urban highlife’ genre, released his second album earlier this month. The Nigerian singer and songwriter returned with About 30, an album over two years in the making following his debut back in 2016. Adekunle’s new album yet again provides fans of West-African music with an exciting twist on […]

Gruff Rhys takes it to the 72-piece

We recently teamed up with Rough Trade Records to spread the news that Gruff Rhys, of Super Furry Animals and Neon Neon fame, has released a new solo album, titled Babelsburg. We put together a large campaign with 4 to 48 sheet posters across high traffic areas in east London, and a regional homage to Rhys’ […]

Jamie Isaac works best at 04:30

To celebrate the release of Jamie Isaac’s second album, (04:30) Idler, we worked with CMS Media on a huge poster campaign across London, ranging everything from 4 sheet to large format 96 sheet. The album follows Jamie’s acclaimed 2016 debut, Couch Baby – and it’s safe to say he’s creatively progressed his style, heavily drawing influence from […]

A$AP Rocky makes a Testing return

This month we’ve welcomed the return of A$AP Rocky after a long three years with his new album, Testing. We worked with Sony Music to bring the news to the streets across the UK with a high impact 48 sheet poster campaign. The album is aptly named, as A$AP experiments with a variety of new creative […]

Christine and The Queens make a royal return

Following the release of Christine and The Queens new single Girlfriend, and ahead of her second album release, we worked with CMS Music on large scale poster campaign across London. The gender-twisting new song had artwork to match, with the name of the band being etched out, only leaving behind “Chris”. Singer-songwriter Héloïse Letissier says […]

First. Disobey: Then Look At Your Phones

We were excited to work with Polydor Records on a London-wide poster campaign for The 1975’s new album, ‘Music For Cars’. Named after their original EP in 2013, frontman Matt Healy told NME,“We’re using it as the album title now because of how meta and self-referential everything has become in the world of The 1975, […]

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