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Here’s another of our videos celebrating St Patrick’s Day on 17 March.
Roll up Johnny Cash and Jimmie Rodgers to duet on perhaps the most powerful of all classic Irish songs; Danny Boy.
Go on, shed a tear, you’d not be human if you didn’t.
Here’s a very strange looking dog – a Japanese Chin, apparently – doing a very strange dance.
Please tell me those eyebrows aren’t for real!
Viral Ad for HP
Dr Dre shows how to make music with the new HP Beats laptop…
Viral Ad for ActionAid
Fine viral, with a nasty sting in the tail. Still – I do fancy a beer right now…
Grolsch’s owner SABMiller is avoiding its taxes around the world, by siphoning profits into tax havens.
They’re the world’s second biggest brewer, making profits of £2 billion, with headquarters just off Park Lane. The taxes they avoid in Africa could put another an extra 250,000 children in school there.
When big companies avoid their taxes, ordinary people end up paying more. That’s why ActionAid is launching a campaign to make this company schtop tax avoiding.
To help us expose these shady dealings we’ve made a spoof ad for Grolsch. Please help us spread the word and force this company to clean up its act.
Here’s footage of a mobility scooter driver carrying an extra wide load in the shape of a long roll of carpet.
To add to the fun, this version uses the Benny Hill Show theme tune.
Following on from yesterday’s cute Every Home Needs a Harvey video here’s a another from a little while back. It showcases the incredible dancing talents of Carrie, the Chilean pooch.
The music is Merengue, but frankly, we think Carrie could put her hot steps to use in pretty much any form of dance from Salsa to Tango.
Viral Video for 2010 Barclaycard Mercury Prize ‘Albums of the Year’
We’ve been fans of Jo Whiley for a long time now. She’s managed to balance her role as presenter on the increasingly bland Radio 1 with a knack for nurturing alternative and quirky talent. Here she presents a short video on the artists shortlisted for this year’s Mercury Prize.
The 2010 shortlist was revealed on 20 July 2010. The winner will be named on September 7.
Jo Whiley has her say on the shortlisted artists for the Barclaycard Mercury Albums of the Year
With pubs, offices and Facebook walls across the country buzzing in the wake of the 2010 Barclaycard Mercury Prize ‘Albums of the Year’ announcement, Barclaycard are excited to announce that Jo Whiley will be presenting Barclaycard Unwind’s “Have Your Say” discussion around this year’s shortlist.
Check out what Jo Whiley has to say about this year’s shortlisted artists and who she’s tipping for the top.
The campaign gives you the chance to get the inside track on this year’s shortlisted acts and champion your favourites. What do you think of the quality of the shortlist? Who would you like to see win? Get involved in the Barclaycard Mercury Prize Albums of The Year discussion and have your say an support your favourite artist over on the Facebook page.
Barclaycard are also inviting customers to have the chance to win an incredible VIP experience. Want to join us at the Mercury Awards? Travel by helicopter? Have a £1000 style makeover? All Barclaycard customers have to do to be in with the chance to win all this and more is sign up to Unwind over at barclaycardunwind. Terms and conditions apply. Competition closes 26th August.
Viral Video for Stella Artois
Not bad for a valley girl from Abergavenny.
The first music video in history, featuring Marina & The Diamonds and floating moustaches.
Marina and the Diamonds released her first LP, The Family Jewels (679 Recordings) early in 2010. She comes from a Greek/Welsh background and was born in Abergavenny, and was nominated for the critics’ award at this year’s BRITS.
Le CO2eux Soireé is a four part variety show created to launch Stella Artois’ new lightweight bottle, which contains less glass and therefore produces less CO2 emissions.
A follow-up to last years’ Recyclage de Luxe Show (see notes below), the CO2eux Soireé is also inspired by 1960s television programmes and is aired ‘live’ from inside the new bottle. Broadcast directly from 1963, the show features the ‘first ever music video’ – of Marina and the Diamonds’ hit single I Am Not a Robot – alongside a live set from The Mystery Jets, performing their yet to be released single Dreaming of Another World.
The show has been created by creative agency Mother and is supported with press and outdoor activity as well as an on-pack promotion. All four episodes will be available to view at www.facebook.com/co2euxsoiree
Here’s one of the new style cinema style video virals, this time for Kopparberg Cider. Scroll over the video unit above and click on it to expand the action.
The ad was filmed by Daniel Wolfe at the oh-so-trendy Notting Hill Arts Club, one of our favourite small music venues. It features the kind of hip-indie soundtracks you’re likely to hear at the late night music venue and a crowd of west London trendies grooving on down.
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