The UK’s industry and the supporting infrastructure will rapidly lose ground as a global leader, which will have an impact both financially and reputationally of the country’s international status if we do not act now.
Our primary objective was to elevate and intensify the conversation by providing the campaign with an overarching identity and messaging that can envelop content, discussions, latest developments, and advice into one central voice that can then be shared with further organisations and groups.
When it comes to government legislation and the repercussions of BREXIT, formal insights and resources can appear daunting due to the technical jargon associated with government legislation, this campaign needed to strip all that back ensuring clarity of messaging and information across all aspects whilst always pointing back to a central digital source.
How we assisted
Our creative services, LoveThat, were brought in to craft an overarching identity and messaging framework that raise the volume on the latest developments and advice regarding the issue, into one central place that could then be shared with further organisations and groups. The messaging needed to be memorable, to the point and clear, as we needed to ensure other organisations could pick this narrative up and run with it to maximise reach and engagement.
We were tasked with ensuring the key principles stayed consistent and undiluted across different mediums, so the campaign at its core needed a level of neutrality and commonality with its tone of voice to allows others to pivot and take advantage of the new source of information.
We crafted a powerful proposition alongside a new campaign identity and messaging framework including:
- Logo and brand guidelines
- Social and digital asset creation
- Website build and design
- Messaging framework and positioning
The #LetTheMusicMove campaign was launched in June 2021 to a great reception from the industry and attention from press and quickly gathering support from almost a 100 artists and associations, including Little Mix, Rick Astley, Keane, Biffy Clyro, Radiohead among others.
- +2,000 of visitors on the first week
- 98 Artists, performers and associations registered supporters
- 47.3% of traffic came from social media platforms