How foxy is Mitsubishi's new Outlander Sport? Foxy enough to make the moon fall in love with it, apparently -- and to resurrect Bobby Caldwell's career-defining hit 'What You Won't Do for Love' for a new commercial.
What's The Song?
Some of us still haven't gotten used to the idea that video games have trailers now, but if any of 2013's new games deserve one, it's the highly anticipated 'Call of Duty: Ghosts.' And for proof, here's a commercial that highlights the upcoming title's graphics and gameplay to the strains of Eminem's 'Survival.'
Apple continues their trend of using hip acts for their commercials. The newest spot for the iPhone 5s uses the song 'Ooh La La' by Goldfrapp.
For video game enthusiasts the world over, the thought of spending an entire day indoors and engaging in medieval sword fights, blasting robots with lasers or racing through the streets in a souped-up sports car is, well, perfect. It's fitting, then, that Sony chose Lou Reed's 'Perfect Day' as the soundtrack for its new PlayStation 4 commercial.
Sixteen-year-old New Zealand pop sensation Lorde is ruling the charts with her No. 1 hit single 'Royals,' but thanks to Samsung's new GALAXY Note 3 commercial, you don't even need to turn on the radio to hear it.
If you believe the hype emanating from Google these days, the company's line of Chromebook laptops is light, fast and affordable -- the first wave of a new frontier in home computing. So to promote the things, you'd think they'd want to put together commercials with the newest, freshest possible soundtrack, right?
Using a search engine is so common for most of us that it hardly even registers as an activity anymore. That means Microsoft faced a difficult task with their new 'Unbox Your Search' TV commercial, which aims to make searching with the company's Bing portal look like an exciting adventure. Luckily, they licensed the catchy, gently dramatic song 'Rivers and Homes' by J.Viewz to make the job easier.