The record label of popular folk-rockers Mumford & Sons is set to move into a new London office to serve as its UK and European headquarters.
US music industry veteran, Daniel Glass, is determined to move his Glassnote Records label to the UK as he believes the area is a particular favourite for his artists when on tour.
Glassnote Entertainment Group will appoint Sam Rumney, the producer of Zane Lowe’s radio show on Radio 1 as its director of UK and European operations at the new Mayfair office space.
Speaking of the decision to set up a new London HQ for his firm, Glassnote founder Daniel Glass, said: “Opening our London office is a natural growth extension of our companies.
“Many of our artists live in the U.K. and Europe, and all of our artists love touring these markets.
“Sam is the perfect fit with his excellent taste in music and experience in media and retail. We look forward to adding key players to our U.K. team soon.”
The London office will also be home to Glassnote Records sister Four Song Night publishing company
Other artists on the record label include Two Door Cinema Club, Half Moon Run, Daughter and the Grammy Award winning French quartet Phoenix.
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