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A-Mnemonic Music composer Joseph Alexander fills Lemsip’s nightmarish house-in the-pines cough spot with schlock-Hollywood horror.
Bodycare specialist Baylis & Harding invites Nashville neophyte Alyssa Bonagura to revamp Andrew Gold’s 1978 hit Thank You For Being A Friend.
Kylie sings Rozalla in the background as Boots’ give some Christmas night NHS workers a richly deserved makeover.
Fitbit’s proud father spot is well-wedded to some retro rocking R’n’B from Essex-born, one-time Grammy-nominated guitarist James Hunter.
It’s James Brown’s 1964 soul smash I Got You (I Feel Good) which puts a smile on the face of Dior’s new Rouge lipstick commercial.
The Nordic women in this Lumene commercial are anything but Noir and neither is the piano piece by Wake The Town writer Stephen Scott.
Boots chooses South Coast singer/songwriter Rag ‘n’ Bone Man to underpin a thoughtful piece by Nigerian novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.
Sniffy Dog composer Michael Blainey gets into a soulful 1960s groove for an Optrex ad which certainly shouldn’t be blinked at!
Virgin Active’s workout squads warm up to a Stax-styled storm by the brass-blowing Glover bruvvers (and their bass playing mate Gazza).
Unilever’s global good causes commercial revisits Daniel Hart’s score to sadly overlooked Hollywood movie Ain’t Them Bodies Saints.