This summer, Coca-Cola plans to replace its well-known logo with 150 of Great Britain’s favorite names, a new ad informs us. The 30-second feelgood clip has been paired with the tune ‘Tongue Tied’ by L.A.-based indie rockers Grouplove.

"We never planned to be a band. We were friends first and we just love being together," said lead singer Christian Zucconi in a 2011 interview. "Grouplove grew organically from that love."

The track is the second single from their debut album ‘Never Trust a Happy Song,’ which dropped in September 2011 via Canvasback/Atlantic, and it landed the coveted No. 1 spot on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart last June. In addition to appearing in the recent Coke ad (watch below), and it was also featured in a 2011 iPod Touch commercial.

Grouplove have toured with the likes of Florence + the Machine, the Joy Formidable, Foster the People, Two Door Cinema Club and Young the Giant, and they’re on the lineup for a number of upcoming summer festivals, including Hangout Music Fest, Firefly Festival, Northside Festival, Osheaga, Celebrate Brooklyn! and Summerfest. Check out their official site for more info.

Hear Grouplove’s ‘Tongue Tied’ in the Coca-Cola ‘Share a Coke’ 2013 Commercial