I’m Not From London were lucky enough to be part of the team that produced the new Oreo cookie “Flavours” advert. If you own a TV, it’ll be hard not to miss as it’s going to be everywhere.
Oreo is running a 360 degree marketing campaign to promote its new mint variant and the limited edition Strawberry Cheesecake flavour. The TV advert is backed by a £3.4m multichannel campaign and goes live from 29th August supported by a seven-week experiential mobile tour, as well as PR and digital activity. To kick off the campaign the Oreo Flavour Mobile will visit London Southbank on 26th August to tempt passers-by with the new flavours. It will then travel around the UK, visiting cities and festivals to hand out Oreo recipes and samples.
We want to give a special shoutout to our Chloe Rodgers-Ratcliffe who provided her beautiful vocals for the production.
Our very own Ryan “Thomas” Farmer’s song “Worries and Troubles” was used extensively throughout episode 6 of BBC2′s Inside the Factorylast night. The incredibly interesting documentary has Master Chef presenter Greg Wallace and Cherry Healey investigating the manufacture of shoes both past and present. Who knew that Reebok was founded in Bolton?
“Worries and Troubles” is the title-track of Ryan Farmer’s debut EP out on Wire and Wool Records, available to buy here.
King Of Opinion by I'm Not From London band Lois was recently used in the BBC Sport's coverage of England women's cricket captain Charlotte Edwards' amazing Edge of Glory effort as she sets a new record in the Sport Relief 2016 challenge.
Our friends at fellow Nottingham company G2 recently made a beautiful time-lapse video of the area surrounding our offices, the Creative Quarter. The video features the track Connecting Dots by our indie/electro artist Baxter Dunlop. We are very lucky to work in such a beautiful part of Nottingham.
Working with new media company Quad Digital, we facilitated the licensing of this short video about Nottingham's eclectic music scene, curated by travel company Expedia. The video features an interview with two of Nottingham's best known music champions Mark Del (Nusic) and Jared Wilson (LeftLion Magazine) talking about the diverse music scene in Nottingham city, mentioning everyone from Jake Bugg to Indiana, Baby Godzilla (now known as Heck) to Natalie Duncan.