Audio company Wisebuddah has launched a new service representing singers as part of its Voices division.
Natalie Holiday, Head of Voices at Wisebuddah explains more: “As a voice over agency, we have always appreciated the importance of connecting brands with their audience through the power of sound. The use of the voice, sonic branding and music can all create an emotional connection with customers and build brand loyalty. From the traditional commercial jingle, to the more recent trend of re-working pop songs for TV and radio campaigns, we have seen an upsurge in demand for great singing voices for brand work and we only expect this continue.”
“We are thrilled to provide the industry with somewhere to go for exceptional and hugely experienced vocalists,” adds Gemma Balsam, Voice Over Agent.
“Wisebuddah Voices is known for representing high-profile actors, broadcasters and comedians so we have reflected that level of quality in our singers roster. Knowing how music makes a brand stand out from the competition, adding singers to our offering is a natural move for us.”
The company’s singers’ roster is launching with voices that have worked with a wide range of brands including Coca-Cola, Nickelodeon, Global, BBC and Bauer. The names feature Kimberley Walsh, former Girls Aloud Member; Charlie Brown, singer of Coca Cola’s Christmas ad 2016; Kirsten Joy, currently fronting Clean Bandit on their world tour; Jersey Boys star Dayle Hodge; YouTuber Daniel De Bourg, currently starring in Disney’s Aladdin in the West End; and actor, musician and singer-songwriter Richard Fleeshman, currently playing the role of Gideon Fletcher in The Last Ship.
Wisebuddah Voices already works with Scott Mills, Nick Ferrari, Kate Lawler, Adam Caterall, Shane Richie, Chris Kamara, Josh Widdicombe, Rob Becke, Joel Domme, Katherine Jenkins, Denise van Outen, Huey Morgan and more.
Tim Hammond, Managing Director, Wisebuddah, adds: “Providing the best voices for TV and radio campaigns is what we do. We are always looking for new ways to add value to our client relationships. We have the expertise in-house and consequently, we have been able to attract some great talent to the new singers’ slate. Emerging ways for brands to work with audio content offer them huge possibilities and, as one of the leading audio businesses working with agencies across advertising and marketing, we are best placed to help them navigate these new opportunities.”