BPM 125: An energetic, positive and soaring track that features guitars, drums and synth. Motivational, inspirational and confident. A great corporate or advertising track.
BPM 138: Inspiring, powerful and uplifting. Very cinematic and emotional, this piece conveys a sense that anything is possible. Piano, guitars, drums and string quartet round out the arrangement nicely.
BPM 136: Uplifting, emotional and elevating. A blend of pop and indie rock with spatial verses and driving choruses. Nice for advertisements and corporate presentations. Guitar, bass, drums, synth and percussion fill out the arrangement nicely.
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 145: This track features a blazing "Top-40" chorus mashed up with an uplifting and catchy pop/dub/rock track. Instrumentation includes synths, heavy rock guitars, wobble bass, orchestra, angelic choir and techy drums. An incredibly versatile, epic and fun track.
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. This track is sure to put you at ease.
BPM 128: An inspiring and modern rock track that's perfect for montages, product demos or corporate messages. Hopeful, promising and uplifting. This track is great for communicating ideas of achievement and success.
BPM 115: A jolly track, featuring simplistic but catchy guitar melodies with an upbeat and definitive ending. Great for any material featuring youth, memories, and general good times. Summery vibes are conveyed throughout the piece.
BPM 112: An uplifting and motivating piece with inspiring electric guitar melodies. Very present and driven drums. Ideal for advertisements. This song will brighten your day and help your reach your goals.
BPM 170: A feel good song about those perfect sunny days with your loved ones. Guitars, glockenspiel, ukulele, mandolin and hand claps are all featured. Positive, playful and light.
BPM 125: Positive and inspiring themes float on guitar melodies over a driving pop/rock track. A dynamic arrangement that includes guitars, bass, drums, and synths. Engaging, sentimental and uplifting.
BPM 122: A repetitive guitar line, dynamic rhythm and beautiful chords come together to create an upbeat modern rock track. Positive, motivational and engaging. This entire track is one large crescendo of inspiration.
BPM 82: A pop/rock track with an ambient start, which builds towards a big, shimmery sound. Emotive and uplifting, this track uses layered guitars, bass, drums and etherial pads to create an inspiring feel.
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. Ideal for scenes of forgiveness or helping someone in need.
BPM 126: Uplifting and inspirational guitar driven rock track with massive layers of electric guitars. Great for almost every purpose, corporate video, film, trailer, crowdfunding campaigns etc.
BPM 115: Inspiring, positive and uplifting. This track features a repetitive guitar, drums and bass. A great motivational piece well suited for corporate presentations.
BPM 124: A pop rock anthem about the drive to succeed. Hypnotizing piano lines, pulsating drums and ambient guitars combine for a dramatic effect. This piece will put an inspirational vibe to any project. Powerful, motivational and profound.
BPM 130: This uplifting track has an inspiring strings section and the positive vibes given through the sweet and smiley piano melody breathes success. Energetic guitars and drums make this song upbeat and motivating. Perfect for advertisement.
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.