Reservoir has partnered with CTM Publishing to co-sign Dutch songwriter and producer Thom Bridges to a new worldwide deal.
The new joint venture will see Reservoir and Benelux sub-publishing partner CTM collaborate on aspects of Bridges’ songwriting career, including the support of his upcoming artist project with Universal Music Germany.
Bridges recently released the single Let’s Get Married, performed by Yellow Claw featuring Reservoir signing Offset and Era Istrefi.
Based between Amsterdam and Los Angeles, Bridges is best known for his collaborations with Dutch DJ-producer duo Yellow Claw. To date, his works have been streamed over one billion times.
Bridges has previously collaborated with a range of acts including David Guetta, 30 Seconds To Mars, James Arthur, Jason Derulo, A$AP Ferg and Snoop Dogg.
Thom is one of the most exciting emerging talents I’ve come across
Donna Caseine, Reservoir
CTM Publishing Managing Director Jitze de Raaff said: “I am very proud of how Thom has developed as a successful writer and producer under the wings of CTM in the last five years. Now it’s time for the next step in his career and I couldn’t be happier to be doing this together with our longtime partner Reservoir.”
Bridges said: “I’m so excited to finally announce that I’ve signed a publishing deal with Reservoir and CTM Publishing. New family, new adventures, and a lot of new music to come.”
Reservoir EVP of creative Donna Caseine added: “Thom is one of the most exciting emerging talents I’ve come across. It is wonderful to welcome him to the Reservoir family alongside our partners at CTM, utilizing our combined strengths and networks to elevate his already impressive career.”
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Pictured above L-R: Rell Lafargue - president and COO Reservoir, Annette Barrett - managing director Reservoir UK, Thom Bridges, Donna Caseine – EVP creative Reservoir, Jitze de Raaff – managing director CTM Publishing)