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an escape plan – living together.

Some time ago I wrote a post about finding brilliant tracks through their use in tv-shows and occasionally in adverts. Well, it’s happened again. Coming scarily close to overtaking their cats advert as my favourite IKEA advert ever (yes, I rank IKEA adverts separately from all other adverts), the Swedish flat-packed furniture people have put together a video that makes tidying-up look like the most emotional and heartfelt activity ever. It’s put together beautifully and soundtracked by the brilliant An Escape Plan.
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radio on the tv.

There’s a number of my favourite songs that I could tell you exactly when and where I was when I first heard them. Foals’ Spanish Sahara? In the car with my brother and my parents on the way out to dinner on the day before my brother left for Canada. Zane Lowe had the first play. The Airborne Toxic Event’s Sometime Around Midnight – also courtesy of Zane Lowe. Back home from University for the summer in 2009, driving across town as Zane Lowe played his Sunsetter mix for the evening. I realise that this probably makes me a little odd, but I have a very good memory. Continue reading

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