Goldfingers sign global publishing deal with Imagem Music in the UK

Independent publisher Imagem has inked a new global publishing deal with London-based songwriting and production duo Goldfingers.

Goldfingers, aka Linus Nordstrom and Frank Nobel, originally hail from Sweden.

Managed by Raw Kingdom, the duo are based out of the Ealing Film Studios in West London, which has had success with the likes of Naughty Boy, Levi Lennox, MYKL, ADP and Emeli Sande.

In 2016 the duo’s Frank Nobel enjoyed success working with Max Martin signed artist Laleh in their native Sweden. This resulted in two No.1 singles which spent over 25 weeks at the top of the Swedish airplay chart combined, and have garnered 4 Swedish Grammi Nominations (Best Song, Best Pop, Best Producer, Best Composer).

Currently writing and producing with John Newman, Camille Purcell, Two Inch Punch, Chris Loco, Mr Hudson, and Black Butter’s latest signing, H Block Inc, 2017 is set to be yet another strong year for the duo.

“Linus and Frank have a fantastic pop sensibility. We’ve had our eye on them for a while.”

Kim Frankiewicz, Imagem

Kim Frankiewicz, MD of Imagem Music UK commented “Linus and Frank have a fantastic pop sensibility. We’ve had our eye on them for a while and their proposition as both writers and producers is getting stronger with each move. 2016 was a great year for them in Sweden and we are looking to replicate that this year in the UK and beyond.”

Chimene Mantori, A&R Manager at Imagem Music UK added “The guys are real innovators; we are incredibly excited about them joining the Imagem family.”

Imagem Music’s pop catalogue includes such writers as Pink Floyd, Elvis Presley, Sammy Cahn, Phil Collins, Genesis, Iron Maiden, Mark Ronson, The Temper Trap, Scooter, Steve Robson, M.I.A., Bombay Bicycle Club and Daft Punk.

Pictured Left To Right: Frank Nobel, Kim Frankiewicz (Imagem), Linus Nordstrom, Rodney Williams (Raw Kingdom), Chimene Mantori (Imagem), Martin Evans (Raw Kingdom), Ed Poston (Imagem)Music Business Worldwide

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