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Charlotte Cardin Double Shifts Photo By: Gaëlle Leroyer

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Charlotte Cardin Double Shifts Photo By: Gaëlle Leroyer

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Yes Mccan OUI (tout, tout, tout, toutttte) Photo by John Londono

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Yes Mccan OUI (tout, tout, tout, toutttte) Photo by John Londono

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Basement Revolver Heavy Eyes Photo by Rohann Agalawatte

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Basement Revolver Heavy Eyes Photo by Rohann Agalawatte

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Global Music Presence

As the industry’s leading independent distributor and label services company, The Orchard reaches digital and physical retailers worldwide. Comprised of digital natives specialized in marketing, advertising, sync licensing, video monetization, performance rights services and more, The Orchard empowers artists and labels to connect with fans across the globe.

Global Music Presence

As the industry’s leading independent distributor and label services company, The Orchard reaches digital and physical retailers worldwide. Comprised of digital natives specialized in marketing, advertising, sync licensing, video monetization, performance rights services and more, The Orchard empowers artists and labels to connect with fans across the globe.

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Case Studies

Case Study: Skepta “Ignorance Is Bliss”

UK rapper and producer Skepta released his highly-anticipated fifth album Ignorance Is Bliss on May 31, 2019 via his label Boy Better Know and distributed via The Orchard, cementing himself once again top of the UK albums and singles chart. (full case study)

Nothing “Tired of Tomorrow”

Alt rock/shoegaze band Nothing has a strong base of passionate fans, giving us the opportunity to focus on fan interaction to promote the band’s second studio release, Tired of Tomorrow [Relapse Records]. Through social media tactics, our campaign was based on giving dedicated fans something they can participate in, share and interact with. (full case study)

Case Study: Silya & The Bad Santas ‘Happy Holidaze’

“Christmas music which is a bit out of the ordinary.”  That’s what Norway’s Silya & The Sailors set out to create for fans this past November, renaming themselves Silya & The Bad Santas and releasing the tinsel-charged holiday album, Happy Holidaze. (full case study)