British electronic composer Chris Clark (aka Clark) has signed a global deal with the newly launched Decca Publishing.
Clark’s output to date includes nine studio albums for Warp Records and works for theatre, television and dance.
He’s just scored the music to new Channel 4 series, Kiri, a four-part drama written by BAFTA-winning writer Jack Thorne. Elsewhere, his extensive inventory of remixes covers artists including Massive Attack, Depeche Mode, Battles, Nils Frahm and Max Richter.
Clark said: ‘I am very excited to start this new partnership with Decca Publishing. Working together, we have agreed to take a fresh outlook on how we approach music publishing, what we can do to make the right kind of noise and stand out.’
Danielle Wade, Creative Director of Decca Publishing, added: ‘Clark is spearheading a new generation of composers and we are very proud to welcome him into the Decca Publishing family.’
Decca Publishing was launched in late 2016 and is helmed by Natasha Baldwin. In April 2017, the company signed Max Richter.