Composer Isobel Waller-Bridge Signs With Decca Publishing (Exclusive)

Composer Isobel Waller-Bridge Signs With Decca Publishing (Exclusive)
Isobel Waller-Bridge, whose film and TV work includes the scores for “Fleabag,” “Emma” and Netflix’s upcoming “Munich,” has signed a deal with Decca Publishing, the four-year-old publishing company that specializes in handling the catalogs of outside-the-box composers like Max Richter and Clint Mansell.

Waller-Bridge also recently signed with the Mercury Kx label with the intention of putting out an EP this year and a full album next year. A newly released solo piano piece, “Illuminations,” is an indication of what the composer might be putting out on her own, on top of the work she’s done for films, theatrical pieces in her native Britain and even a pandemic-era online Parisian fashion show she scored for Alexander McQueen.

Prior to meeting Decca’s EVP, Natasha Baldwin, Waller-Bridge tells Variety, “I hadn’t given publishing an awful lot of thought, which is really to my detriment, because your publishing is paramount to your work.
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