We created a new version of the all-time classic 'I Want to Be Loved by You' for Diesel's anti-bullying campaign starring Nicki Minaj, Gucci Mane, Bella Thorne, Tommy Dorfman, Miles Heizer, Barbie Ferreira and Yoo Ah-In.
TEARS IN HEAVEN
We helped out the incredible young director Bernd Faass with this project. Already winning a bunch of awards - including the Young Director Award and a bunch of CLIOs - we can't wait to see what will be next. So proud and grateful to have been a part of this.
Renault SportEnter the Zone
The OM chant makes a person tune in and acknowledge their connection to other beings, nature and the universe. We connected this idea to the almost spiritual yet abstract state of mind a reacecar driver gets into while driving at top speed.
Working together closely with the visual team, we combined mantra-like tones with the 'natural' sounds of roaring engines and screaming tires, co-creating an immersive experience that represents the moment where man and machine come together - The Zone.
When we were asked to come up with music for the new HEMA campaign, we first wanted to get to the core of the brand. Unpretentious, light, fresh, no hidden agenda.
'HEMA music' sounds like music you can pick up with your hands, whether you're a professional or a novice. It can be clapping, whistling, playing a HEMA xylophone. It just needs imagination. You can hear the result in this new collection of stories, created by our friends Halal Film and Photography and their team, which will ultimately feature 100 portraits of a diverse selection of HEMA fans.
Summer is coming to the end, which does not suck for one reason... HALLOWEEN IS COMING UP!
That's why we're very excited we did the music for this awesomely spooky Party City commercial directed by our good friend Jonathan Herman.
NAPAPIJRISpring / Summer 2019
Check out the extended version of the new Napapijri spring/summer 2019 brand campaign we did the music for. Directed by Ced Stefan Pakusevskij / FullScream.
To truly showcase that Schweppes has been around since 1742, the film takes you through time (both visually and musically), starting at the beginning of the 20th century all the way through to the now. It is the musical theme that ties all these decades together in this spot directed by Wolf & Lamm.