Song from dating website commercial

Have you heard of this online dating service that caters to country folks – Farmers Only.com?

Check out the latest commercial: I’m not even going to get in to how strange that is.

We create damn good music for the worlds of advertising, broadcast design, interactive and film - with an international team of stellar composers guided by our pen tapping, and hairy, group of creative producers.

We create original, distinct and sometimes annoyingly catchy sounds to fit the personalities of global brands.

It’s goal seems to be to show how catchiness can be rather insidious and calculated.

There’s a certain cynicism behind those soaring choruses and handclaps, which seems specifically designed for maximum consumption.

Considering Taylor got distracted when she was pounding out the verses and completely ate it on the treadmill, it's only fair.

We're still waiting to see what Taylor and Drake cook up in the studio — rumor has it it will be heavily hip-hop-inspired — but if Drake turns around with a pop anthem like "Bad Blood," we're just saying, we wouldn't hate it.While the dude who gave the world "Break Stuff" and "Nookie" doesn't seem like the most natural fit for a dating website, Durst does have a history with film.Once upon a time, the biggest sell-out move that a band could make was licensing one of their hits to be used in a commercial. These days, there is a quiet agreement between bands and fans that everybody has to put food on their plates somehow and there is much less begrudging of corporate interaction.Sound is a powerful brand builder and an effective way to communicate across cultures and large crowds.We’re a dedicated unit of melodic archeologists digging through the vaults of music history to find the right tune for your brand.In the end, a willingness to share those feelings is what creates a happy and secure relationship.

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