Chrysalis said on Friday (Oct. 15) it expected to grow its consolidated royalties next year as it would continue to build on its current year performance, driven by albums from artists like Cee-Lo Green.

With a promising autumn/winter release schedule, the British music publisher said it was also set to gain from albums of Rumer, Fleet Foxes and White Lies.

Chrysalis, which has performed in line with its expectations since its trading update on Aug. 19, said it saw good chart performances by Pendulum in the U.K. and Ray LaMontagne in the United States in the second-half of the year.

The company said it also gained from contributions by its writers to albums by Kylie Minogue, Tom Jones and Robbie Williams.

For the full-year, the company said it expects growth in consolidated net publisher's share (NPS) on both a reported and constant currency basis.
The company had a NPS of £13.4 million ($21.45 million) last year.

NPS, which is a key revenue metric, represents the amount of royalties received by a music publisher minus those due to performers or writers.

Chrysalis shares, which have gained 4% since its half-year results on May 26, closed at 103.25 pence ($1.66) on Thursday (Oct. 14) on the London Stock Exchange.