Following widespread consumer interest in the soundtrack to the original advert - resulting in the music being a highly searched internet search term– Bowers & Wilkins and Volvo have responded by completely re-recording the track with music by KLARA, in keeping with our Human Made philosophy, everything we do is made for you.
Everything we do is made for you
Following widespread consumer interest in the soundtrack to the original advert - resulting in the music being a highly searched internet search term– Bowers & Wilkins and Volvo have responded by completely re-recording the track with music by KLARA.
For discerning audio enthusiasts, Bowers & Wilkins have made available a high-resolution (FLAC 24-bit) download of the track that can be downloaded for free here.
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