Serious rock/pop with beats. Slow build with bold guitars and trap beats. Subtle beats underpins wailing electric guitar and a hooky piano part, sounding like a more chilled version of System of a Down. Cocky, confident and determined, an assured rock track to suit a decisive TV moment or flashy, aspirational car advert.
Grungey rock ‘n’ roll instrumental track. Rage Against the machine-style guitar riff, steady drums, followed by a Nirvana-style more downbeat riff with more prominent bassline, ending on the original high-octane guitar section. Angry, powerful, loud and proud, classic 90s rock perfect for energetic TV interludes, adverts for flaming whopper burgers, or for a powerful film scene representing a challenging character in defiance of authority.
Instrumental rock ‘n’ roll track stomper with attitude. Drum intro followed by punchy guitar riff. Builds in texture with more guitar and drums. Upbeat guitar break with dynamic bass guitar line, before the energetic, raucous chorus resumes. Everything repeats, before an all-out guitar shredder of a finale. Bold, brash and in-your-face, perfect for a bolshy teen drama montage or a high-octane but good-natured car chase.
Epic orchestral soundtrack. Cinematic soaring strings, choppy dynamic violins, triumphant horns and rumbling percussive flourishes. Quieter section features female wordless vocals, chugging percussion and strings before a busier horn and string section to finish. Proud, dignified and victorious, suited to a classic blockbuster action film or and advert for an epic computer game, or a bombastic event.
A fully-fledged rock ‘n’ roll belter. Massive guitar sound and pounding drums burst on the scene before a dramatic stop. Throbbing bass guitar and 4/4 drums settle into a steady groove under bright guitar chords. Heavier guitar chords lead to another full-stop. A new section heralds two interlaced virtuosic guitar solos. The groove re-enters under screeching guitars, keeping a tight, steady beat until the definitive ending. Bold, loud, proud, masculine- rock out with your c**k out. Made to accompany film/tv bar brawl scenes, purposeful strides away from exploding buildings and adverts for kick-ass products.
Vocal version is exactly what you’d expect it to be: a shrieking classic male rock vocal.