I tried to think of five, but I couldn't so rather than eliminate one, we'll stick with four. Weird number for a list as it is.
SO! We've all seen adverts with surprisingly cool background music advertising mundane everyday objects that most of us neither need or want. And now thanks to the power of Google it is now more possible than ever to track said artist and song down. Here is a list of my personal favourites, not in any particular order.
1. The Death Set – Negative Thinking (Google Chromebook)
LISTEN Seemingly on every youtube video that has been monetizied.
2. Jamaica - I Think I Like U 2 (Peugeot)
LISTEN This was the car advert that allowed you to go online and choose the ending.
3. Imagine Dragons - On Top Of The World (The Croods Trailer)
LISTEN Played over the top of a bunch of animated cavemen (and women) trying to avoid extinction.
4. J-Man Featuring Lara Wilson - Oooh How I Want Ya (Netflix)
LISTEN Red swirls intermingled with clips from popular TV shows. What isn't to like?
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