In order to illustrate the privacy of sound that's granted by its 'QuietComfort 35 Headphones,' a new Bose commercial was created with Grey London's help.
It starts out with a view of the city, which is introduced to the tune of a 2014 track from TĀLĀ called 'Alchemy,' says Adweek. It then pans down to a woman who's relaxing in the middle of the street, where she's completely alone. Once the electronic song picks up, she begins to dance -- jumping through the middle of roads and even along a subway escalator without any hindrance.
All of the sudden however, it's revealed that London is actually filled with people, as it usually is. With its depiction of the lone dancer, this elegant Bose commercial shows that its QuietComfort 35 Headphones don't let any outside noise in -- allowing consumers to fully enjoy their music no matter where they are.
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