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Love is in the air and A-MNEMONIC are providing the soundtrack

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Get ready for a summer to remember with the rebranded ultimate dating show ‘Love Island’.  A-MNEMONIC Music were enlisted by ITV for their branding and creative experience, and to help put their musical stamp on the show.  From the title sequence, bumpers, promos and stings; through to the end credits - A-MNEMONIC have their sound all over it.

The music takes inspiration from the sexy anthemic dance vibe of Ibiza that complements the steamy show, whilst adding a twist of mystery and mischievousness to it.

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A total of 12 contestants have headed out to Mallorca to live in a luxury villa and enjoy life for six intensely titillating weeks, while keeping their minds firmly fixed on the idea of winning the prize of £50,000.

However, it’s not as straight forward as a free holiday and a bit of frolicking, as it’s the public who ultimately decide who stays on Love Island.  If not, they'll be packing their cases and sent straight home.

Love Island’s host Caroline Flack says “I was a massive fan of the original show, and I’m sure this is going to be one crazy love fuelled island. I can’t really think of a better way to spend a Summer – here’s hoping it’s a scorcher!”

Click here to see the trailer: Love Island Preview

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