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Alexandra Burke – Shadow

Alexandra is giving a big clapback at her critics with a big return to the music scene. It’s 10 years since she won the X Factor and just a few months after wowing with her quickstep, Alexandra is back where she belongs behind the mic and blasting out her incredible vocals. Side note, it’s also 10 years since she did that ridiculous duet with Beyonce. Best X Factor moment ever. Now, a decade on from that incredible performance and straight off the back of her stint on Strictly, the 29-year-old has been beavering away putting the final touches to her album The Truth, which she’ll drop on 16 March.

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She’s starting with her first track, Shadow, with a simple and to the point video that showcases her huge vocals. Alexandra said of her new music: ‘This album is incredibly personal to me. I have poured my heart and soul into my new music and it reflects the incredible journey I’ve been through – highs and lows, love and loss. ‘It feels amazing to finally be sharing this album with everyone and I hope they enjoy hearing what The Truth Is.’ As well as new music, Alex announced her first UK headline tour since 2010, starting in September. She’ll be performing at venues across the UK including the London Palladium.

 

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Investigation Discovery Ident

There are two sides to every story. This split-screen series of idents, airing in 140 territories, reveal two angles of a crime scene and invite the viewer over repeat viewings to piece together the clues.
This series of idents invite you into the twisted ID world: making you analyse and question everything they see. With each scenario, there is a plausible explanation: maybe that car has just run out of petrol; maybe someone is going to return with more grocery bags at that open front door. But take a closer look, maybe it’s not so simple…
Unlike any other genre, ‘crime’ is defined by its dualities (good/evil, guilty/innocent, suspect/victim, etc). These idents showcase two angles of a crime scene using spit screen. A 15 degree image spit references the angle on which the channel logo sits, and subtly brands the imagery ahead of a final logo resolve. The overall effect pieces together multiple aspects of the crime to uncover the truth.
Client Discovery Networks International
Agency Discovery Creative London
VP of Creative Robin Garnett
Creative Directors Lee Healy, Matt Brown
Director Sam Dunn
Producer Rauf Bayraktar
Director of Photography  Serge Teulon
Gaffer Chris Georgas
Art Director  Ros Cumberland
Post Production Company UNIT

 

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Back to the Fuchsia

From high octane glamour to refined, dynamic daywear, Ted’s new collection means that whatever the occasion, you’re sure to go Back to the Fuchsia.

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Tom Grennan – Sober

UK singer/songwriter, Tom Grennan releases his latest track, “Sober” today. The song is a follow-up to his single, “Royal Highness” which brings out his indie-pop influences and was featured on Radio 1 B List and Virgin playlists. “Sober” serves as another taste of Tom’s forthcoming debut album Lighting Matches out this May via Insanity Records/Columbia Records.
Read more at http://ventsmagazine.com/2018/01/15/tom-grennan-releases-new-track-sober-debut-album-lighting-matches-released-may/#smtPJikr8KUA1oH5.99

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GQ Car Awards 2018

This is it. The biggest and best line-up of GQ Car Award winners… ever. For this year’s awards, in association with Michelin, we turned Rupert Murdoch’s old printworks in Wapping into the world’s most spectacular garage to bring you a mega gallery of killer concepts, hardcore hypercars, all-EV dream machines and futuristic supertrucks . Impressed? You will be…

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Jade Bird – Lottery

“Lottery” follows the 2017 release of Bird’s debut EP, Something American — an aptly titled release, as Bird’s material often finds its way into the Americana vein of music popularized across the pond, with Loretta Lynn one of her many obvious touchstones. Bird says “Lottery” was produced with the same group (Simone Felice and David Baron) that helmed Something American and that she’s soon looking to “release an album, which I’ve got a concept for,” in the near future.

The song, which received early airplay on multiple Triple A radio stations in the United States upon its Jan. 11 release, led by Sirius XM Radio’s The Spectrum station. It’s not Bird’s first foray onto American radio; Something American‘s “Cathedral” also received some airplay across the U.S. Appreciative of the support so far, Bird chalks her early success up in part to her material being “honest, and the common thread through it is very much being who I am: kind of a young, ballsy teenager who wants to do something a little bit differently.”

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