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Syncbubble Dubbles: LBB Readers Redub Levi’s Odyssey and the Result is Spectacular, 2 years, 11 months ago

Find out what happened when you lot got involved in Syncbubble and LBB’s music experiment

Syncbubble Dubbles: LBB Readers Redub Levi’s Odyssey and the Result is Spectacular

Last week top directors Chris Palmer and Daniel Kleinman took on Jonathan Glazer’s classic Levi’s spot Odyssey and gave it a brand new musical makeover. We invited you, the LBB audience, to get involved and give us your own interpretation of the award-winning ad – and, boy, did you.

Check out the very best musical transformations of the past week below, and if you want to remind yourself of Chris and Daniel’s incredible efforts click here (it’s a real treat, with tracks by John Lee Hooker, Robert Wyatt, Steve Miller and… Benny Hill).  Next week Dave Trott and Fallon’s Sam Hibbard go head-to-head on a spot with real swagger…

It’s all part of Syncbubble Dubbles an exciting experiment and exploration of the power of music in advertising – if you want to have a go and play with the revolutionary Syncbubble technology head over to here.

Daisy Finetto


Lead singer of Mausi, Daisy Finetto goes with Suuns’ electropop meltdown, 2020.

The Elements

LA-based composing duo The Elements decides to use a slice of melancholic, retro-inspired rock with the Dum Dum Girls’ 2012 cover of Sonny & Cher’s ‘Baby Don’t Go’.

Alex Heffes

This is a treat – composer Alex Heffes has created his own bespoke and moody composition especially for Syncbubble Dubbles. This year he was nominated for a Golden Globe for his Long Walk to Freedom score and he’s just finished working with Stephen Frears on his upcoming Lance Armstrong biopic.

Syncbubble Staff Pick

We don’t know about you, but Paolo Nutini’s Iron Sky has been a regular fixture on the LBB office playlist – and the Syncbubble team give the dramatic track something of a visual makeover, swapping Daniel Wolfe’s dystopian promo for Jonathan Glazer’s iconic spot.