London-based music agency Leland Music is making numerous promotions and hires

London-based music oversight agency Leland Music has announced a series of promotions and hires.

Ed Bailie has been promoted to CEO, while Toby Williams takes over as CEO.

Liz Devine has since risen to Business Director.

Gareth Belsey also joined the team as a Licensing and Rights Associate.

Since its inception in 2005, Leland Music has overseen the sourcing, licensing and creation of music for numerous advertising, film and television projects.

Leland Music’s brands include John Lewis, Channel 4 Paralympics, Nike, Samsung, Balenciaga, Mercedes-Benz and Three.

His film and television work extends to: great boy (Netflix), Mood (BBC/AMC), the Mauritanian (Kevin Macdonald), blessing (Terence Davis) and small axe (Steve McQueen).

“Ed, Toby and Liz are each experts in their fields who make an exceptional team.”

Abi Leland

Founder Abi Leland said: “Ed, Toby and Liz are each experts in their areas of expertise who make an exceptional team.

“We all share a passion for this industry and our work and it means a lot to me to have their creative visions as an integral part of the next chapter.”

In 2016, Leland Music launched a sister company, Leland Originals, to represent the roster of composers.

The current list includes such composers as Laurel Halo, Benjamin Kwasi Burrell, Hannah Holland and Philip Sheppard.Music company worldwide

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