The new publishing deal came into effect from 16 September and was signed by the band in Paris after their headline set at the Olympia.
It covers their last three records – Wonderful (1999), The Liberty of Norton Folgate (2009) and Oui Oui Si Si Ja Ja Da Da (2012).
Kim Frankiewicz, managing director at Imagem Music UK, said: ‘Madness are a fantastically British band; since the late 70s they’ve provided a sonic narrative to British culture. We’re absolutely delighted to be working with them moving forward, and also representing the last three albums from their stellar catalogue.’
Hugh Gadsdon, Madness manager added: ‘Imagem are an exciting, relatively new company, who over the last five years have demonstrated an energy and ambition which we could not ignore & wanted to be part of. The Madness team are looking forward to working closely with Kim and Imagem, as the band continue to tour globally and record great new music.’
Madness are well known for their quintessentially British sound and have sold more than 20m records across the world to-date.