BPM 106: A positive and powerful track that gives a real jolt to any project. Motivational, inspirational and engaging. Lots of ringing guitars, drums and piano. Great for corporate or upbeat videos.
BPM 110: An inspirational track with delayed guitars & ambient synths that builds to a powerful and uplifting chorus of electric guitars, strings and drums.
BPM 120: Positive and dynamic with a modern-acoustic arrangement. This track is mellow, uplifting and bright. A great track for conveying the feeling of comfort and happiness.
BPM 145: An uplifting, powerful indie rock piece with layered, ringing guitars and a drive to succeed. Great for a corporate project needing a winning edge. Guitars, huge percussions, drums and piano fill out the arrangement nicely.
BPM 90: A feel-good and positive track with acoustic instruments such as guitars and piano, over solid electronic drums. Mellow, uplifting and warm. A great track for underscoring TV advertisements.
BPM 120: A soft, warm, and confident ambient groove. Smooth steady drums, bass, clean electric guitar with delay, piano and synth create a very calming but empowering sound. Ideal for corporate projects or presentations.
BPM 132: Positive, dreamy and modern. This rock track with guitar, bass, synth pads and drum loops is uplifting and inspirational! A great track for any corporate video or project.
BPM 150: A motivational corporate track that feels positive and hopeful. The piece conveys a sense of accomplishment. Classical guitar and harp are featured.
BPM 132: A warm and inspirational modern track with a piano sequence and strings. Atmospheric, elevating and circular. This is an engaging track for any project from documentaries to car commercials.
BPM 120: Acoustic / electric indie rock track with a sense of melancholy yet still sounding happy and cheerful. Perfect for underscoring, corporate videos, kickstarter campaigns.
BPM 140: Hopeful, positive and uplifting. This electronic and modern arrangement comes with a solid beat. A great track for TV advertisements or promos.
BPM 100: A vibrant piano theme that is uplifting yet emotional. The elegant piano is accompanied by lush strings, synth mellow backdrop and bass. Inspirational, moving and sophisticated.
BPM 110: A positive and motivational track. Gentle, optimistic and refreshing. This modern pop-rock track is versatile and would be great for underscoring any corporate presentation.
BPM 128: Look no further. Build trust in your brand or company with this uplifting and powerful track. Shimmering guitars, heavenly strings and a driving piano line make this piece a winner.
BPM 94: Inspiring and uplifting guitar driven indie pop track with layers of electric guitars, acoustic strumming, gentle electronic drums and ukulele. Great for corporate video, film, trailer, crowdfunding campaigns, underscore etc.
BPM 117: A motivational, uplifting and positive orchestral track with strings, French horns, piano and military snares. Epic, triumphant and emotional. Can be used for motivation purposes, success, victory, triumph, progress, business, innovations and technology.
BPM 140: An inspiring indie rock track with a cool, retro vibe. A driving bass line carries the track with new-wave inspired drums and a bouncy, melodic guitar motif. Big, distorted electric guitars usher in the chorus along with a vintage synth line and hand claps. Uplifting, hopeful and perfect for communicating a sense that anything’s possible.
BPM 112: An arpeggio piano line and guitar drive this piece. A very positive, bright and motivational track. This song will resonate feelings of enthusiasm and energy.
BPM 120: An inspiring piece that starts with a simple yet mysterious piano motif. Synths, bass, guitars, percussions, and strings slowly join in as the piece takes you from a state of thoughtfulness to one of pure exhilaration.
BPM 86: A heartfelt acoustic pop/rock track with ukulele, 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. This piece was co-written with Richard Walker.