Blow Up Songs Limited is a London based independent music publisher. It is an associate member of the PRS and a direct member of the MCPS, whilst a member of IMPEL and the Music Publishers Association.

Established in 1996, Blow Up Songs is a sister company to Blow Up Records Limited (and the Blow Up Club). Blow Up Songs represents all of Blow Up Records artists publishing rights worldwide with the addition of a whole host of brilliant bespoke artist songwriters.

Blow Up Songs has an eclectic contemporary catalogue of music encompassing genres from the Hammond organ boogaloo funk of Big Boss Man and The Bongolian, the electronic, experimental of Baltic Fleet, Aspic Boulevard, Add N To X, the psychedelic rock of Alfa 9 to the Indie / Britpop of Babyshambles, The Weekenders, Silvery, David Woodcock, Sea Urchins, Delta, Billy Reeves, Littl’ans, The White Sport, Telstar Ponies to the electronic alt pop of Neon Plastix, Usselman, Cult With No Name, Phoebe Coco, Maya Lavelle amongst other brilliant artists.

Many of the Blow Up artists tracks have proved popular for TV, Film and advertising sync placements. As Blow Up Records controls the master rights for the majority of the Blow Up Songs catalogue and Blow Up Songs also represents master sound recordings for sync licencing for the majority of our writers. Most sync licencing requests are therefore responded to quickly and can be licensed One Stop.

Blow Up Songs has placed music with brands including NikeEA GamesRenaultThe Red CrossWellaSony PlaystationASICSMG Rover and recent TV / film highlights include The Grand Tour (Amazon Prime)Top Gear (BBC TV) and The Mighty Boosh, I Used To Be Famous (Netflix).

Blow Up Songs writers have various co-write shares for several UK Top 40 singles and album hits including from Babyshambles ‘Fuck Forever’ The Orb ‘Once More’, The Littl’ans feat Pete Doherty ‘Their Way’ and writing contributions to highly acclaimed albums such as Mogwai’s Young Team ‘With Portfolio’.

Blow Up Songs is represented by a local sub-publisher in most key territories.

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