Royalty Free Acoustic Music
Convey a happy nostalgic feeling with these soft and touching acoustic tracks. From feel good Americana rock to relaxed folk, acoustic tracks provide a great accompaniment for corporate, travel and positive advertisements.
BPM 96: Feelgood and uplifting with a touch of smile. Fender rhodes, acoustic guitars and mandolin groove with a comforting melody. Light-hearted, sparkling and emotional.
BPM 160: Happy and feelgood folk-acoustic track with ukulele and mandolin. Toe-tapping, light-hearted and joyful. Perfect for feelgood or smiley TV ads. Can be used for kids, pets, babies, nature or humour.
BPM 120: Feelgood and happy rhythmic track with acoustic instruments such as mandolin, guitars, piano and strings. Light-hearted and warm.
BPM 117: Emotional and inspirational orchestral track with acoustic piano and strings. Elevating and warm with a touch of drama. Perfect for emotional tv ads or film trailers
BPM 105: Powerful, feelgood and uplifting track with acoustic guitars, mandolin, boys choir and strings. Hopeful, inspirational and warm.
BPM 100: Happy and feelgood folk-acoustic track with whistling and guitars. Light-hearted and joyful. Perfect for feelgood or funny TV ads. Can be used for kid-oriented material.
BPM 109: Folk inspired piece featuring Acoustic Guitars, Brush Drums and Piano. Feelings of love, longing and a need for someone to always be there for you. In a similar style to the new wave of commercial folk music.
BPM 135: An happy and feelgood folk track. Acoustic guitars, brushes, bass and glockenspiel. Fun, heartwarming with a real sense of being in the moment.
BPM 154: A chilled acoustic track with a bit of an ambient feel. Two acoustic guitars, piano, bass and vocal harmonies create a warm, wholesome sound.
BPM 124: A feel good Nu-Folk track featuring Banjo, Ukulele, Glockenspiel and just about everything else quirky and acoustic. A definite feeling of progression throughout, ending with an uplifting section featuring lots of percussion (Including leg slaps!)
BPM 114: A jolly track featuring Acoustic Guitars, a Glockenspiel and Foot Stomps! The track gives off a great positive energy, ending with a massively uplifting outro. This one is sure to put a smile on your face. Perfect for child related media and general 'having a good time' projects.
BPM 100: Happy and feelgood folk-acoustic track. Ukelele, acoustic guitars, whistles and overall folk country sound. Sweet and joyful, perfect for feelgood TV ads, corporate presentations and kid-oriented material.
BPM 100: A feelgood, touching folk song. Acoustic guitars, piano and glockenspiel combine for an uplifting piece. Great for family or children related projects.
BPM 146: A sweet and sunny tune with a glockenspiel/piano melody over an inspiring string undercurrent. Folk guitars and drums are motivating and fresh. Great for summer advertisements or fundraisers.
BPM 81: A gentle and touching acoustic/folk track with layered acoustic guitars and ukelele, which are complimented by drums, bass, piano and some airy vocal harmonies. Evocative and genuine. Co-written with Richard Walker
BPM 118: A current feel good acoustic guitar track with tambourine, claps and bouncy country rhythms. A great blend of coffee house acoustic and pleasing piano melodies.
BPM 120: Feelgood and uplifting with a touch of smile. A Fender rhodes motif, acoustic guitars and violins with a comforting melody. Light-hearted, sparkling and emotional.
BPM 64: A powerful and emotive acoustic pop/rock ballad. A repetitive piano phrase combines with guitars, bass, drums and strings which create a sometimes melancholy but ultimately uplifting and poignant feel.
BPM 170: A feel good song about those perfect sunny days with your loved ones. Guitars, glockenspiel, ukulele, mandolin and hand claps. Positive, playful and light.
BPM 86: A heartfelt acoustic pop/rock track with ukelele, lots of acoustic guitars, drums, bass and a stirring string section. Uplifting and romantic, this track could be great for enhancing the emotions of many types of project. Co-written with Richard Walker