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A-MNEMONIC Get “Crackin’ On” with Love Island’s Chris & Olivia


The new spin-off from the popular dating show started last week on ITVBe

A-MNEMONIC Get “Crackin’ On” with Love Island’s Chris & Olivia

A-MNEMONIC have been back in the studio writing new music for the spin off of Love Island - 'Chris & Olivia Crakin’ On.'  

Chris Hughes and Olivia Attwood star in their very own show that follows the pair as they move into a swanky mansion together. They are a tempestuous, volatile couple, who are clearly in love but eventually fail to make their relationship work. 

The pair called it quits shortly before Valentine's Day after seven months together, however, Olivia has recently said she hopes her and Chris will work it out soon.

Speaking about Crackin’ On, Chris said: “Liv and I have been through so much in our relationship in the last six months that it’s hard to remember what life was like before we met in the Love Island villa. I wouldn’t change any of it and I’m looking forward to going on this latest TV journey with her.”

Olivia added: “Life with Chris is like one big rollercoaster but it’s safe to say we’re never boring. As anyone who saw us on Love Island knows, we can bicker hard but we love harder so I’m sure we’re all in for an eventful series!”

The music theme, bumpers and stings were all composed by A-MNEMONIC’s Adam Shaw.

“Chris & Olivia Crackin’ On' started on March 7th on ITVBe.

Chris & Olivia Crakin' On Music



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A-MNEMONIC | Music & Audio Sonic Branding Agency, Thu, 15 Mar 2018 15:29:22 GMT