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Merry Christmas from The Quite Great team!  

This Christmas the Quite Great team have had the pleasure of working with three fantastic festive tracks! Each track is totally different and it’s been a joy to get into the festive sprit working with these great artists. If you haven’t already heard them, here is your chance to get in the Christmas spirit!

Firstly let us introduce you to the lovely young talented Shannon K. Shannon’s 2014 Christmas track, ‘It’s Christmas’ is a real festive gem and certainly leaves you with that lovely warm Christmas feeling.

The second Christmas track couldn’t be more different. Check out ‘Help Me Find My Christmas’ from South Carolina rockers, ‘Suburban Myth’.  If you enjoy something a little deeper and darker this time of year, this one is sure to hit the spot.

Lastly, but by no means least, is singer-songwriter ‘Ivor’. Ivor’s track is a thoughtful New Years Eve anthem, aptly titled ‘Happy New Year’.

The team have had lots of fun working on these festive campaigns and hearing the tracks certainly makes us  feel full of Christmas joy!

Merry Christmas from The Quite Great team! 




It’s Beginning To Look (and sound) A Lot Like Christmas

Christmas is well underway at Quite Great HQ! We’re a festive bunch and the first week of December means one thing, decs up! It also means mince pies, hot chocolate and Christmas songs all round...What do you think of our pretty trees and creative CD decorations? We absolutely love the way they reflect the tree lights, we could look at them all day!

Even more exciting than the Christmas decorations going up, two of Quite Great’s artists are releasing brand Christmas track of their own!

 ‘It’s Christmas’, is the festive release from, young talent, Shannon K. The track is a pure pop gem which once again shows off a superb vocal which is well beyond the quality you would reasonable expect from a 12 year old. The song is brilliantly arranged and full of nice festive touches with jingle bells and choirs aplenty.

Catch the track here:

Suburban Myth are getting festive too with track, ‘Can You Help Me Find My Christmas’, which is out right now! The lyrics on the track are typically thoughtful, accompanied by a gradual build up in the story and intensity of the melody which arguably gives the band their most commercially solid release yet.

Hear the track here:


Si Cranstoun #TextSanta24

It’s the last working day of November and Christmas is well and truly on its way! Si Cranstoun has already been feeling the spirit of Christmas as he returned to the streets outside the ITV studios in London yesterday, to perform for passersby. Si’s appearance was all in good holiday spirit as he performed in support of ITV’s #TextSanta24. He was certainly looking mighty festive! 


Introducing: CallMeTheKidd 

Grime’s newest star, CallMeTheKidd has hit the scene and wasted no time making a splash! CallMeTheKidd is due to new release single ‘Jungle’ in December.

In the meantime, CallMeTheKid has just released the video to hot new track ‘Jungle’. The video is an impressive production and see’s the dapper star literally take it to the jungle with his beautiful date and charms his way through the performance.

Catch the video here:

After almost following a career in professional basketball in America, Peter found his true calling in the form of writing and producing grime music. CallMeTheKidd says ‘’I started off with grime music but I now write & produce all sorts of music – Rap, Pop, RnB etc’’, of which he has been an avid fan of since the young age of 12. The track ‘Jungle’ has insanely tight production, and the beat and lyrics are especially catchy. The track depicts what goes through a man’s head when first meeting a woman – the aspect of love vs. lust is incorporated as he battles a conflict of desires in his head.


Inspirational Story: Si Cranstoun's Music Helps To Save Woman's Life 

The PR team at Quite Great were truly stunned and inspired to learn of this amazing story. 

Cheryl Horton-Powell tragically suffered unexpected catastrophic heart failure and medics warned her loved ones that her chances of a full recovery were very slim.

However, amazingly the 53-year-old mother was brought out of a coma when her daughter played her favourite song by artist, Si Cranstoun. Cheryl's loving family refused to give up on her and were stunned when she began to tap her feet along to ‘Dynamo’ by Si Cranstoun.


Here is the Video Clip from the show, in which Si hears the inspirational story for the first time. (We love his face, true shock!)

Since hearing about how his music helped to bring her back to life, musician Si and Cherly have been in touch and Si has offered to help Cheryl arrange a fundraising event for the cardiac intensive care unit at Southampton General Hospital and the British Heart Foundation.