6 x 30 minute series offering a place young audiences can call their own on mainstream TV, showcasing incredible music from around the globe and featuring amazing visuals, animation and music.
Produced by London production company Lemonade Money, FourToTheFloor continues its reputation as one of the most respected music TV shows in the UK.
The show, which paints a portrait of the best new and independent music through a kaleidoscope of performances, films, interviews and animations, has been noted as “BRILLIANT” by Complex magazine, “BETTER THAN VINTAGE MTV” by GQ Magazine, “INNOVATE” by Broadcast Magazine and “EASILY THE BEST MUSIC PROGRAMME ON TELLY” by Sabotage Times.
Channel 4 has commissioned the production company to deliver a suite of brand new social media and All 4 series that will complement the show and establish and grow the brand online
FourToTheFloor will now live throughout the week on ALL 4 and social platforms, culminating in a series of live content broadcasts throughout the day of the linear show’s TX. Videos will be published in the shape of a breakfast show, original content series and animations.
This year, the TV series features another totally diverse range of artists, from Neverland Clan, Trim and BadBadNotGood to Michael Kiwanuka, James Blake and Paranoid London.
Previous series has featured artists including Young Fathers, Novelist, Slaves, Shura, Joey Bada$$ and Levelz.
The series was awarded Best Music Programme at the 2015 Broadcast Awards and credited by one judge as “A show that speaks directly to the audience in a way we haven’t seen for a long time”.
Commissioning Editor of Formats and Music Jonny Rothery said: “Well curated music shows are hard to find but FTTF truly speaks to its audience. After two successful series, it makes complete sense that the next step is to scale up the C4 show and take the brand out to wherever young music loving audiences may be. ”
Executive Producer James Payne said: “the energy that the team pour into this show is incredible. We aim to make a show that feels more like our experience of music, expresses joy in being young and doesn’t look like anything else on TV. We want young audiences to feel represented and have a show they can call their own.”