Music for entry videos: Because it's that wonderful holiday time of the year again

Entry Video 1.jpgIt's the season where agencies around the world are united by thoughts of heartwarming tales of great gifts to humanity. Yes, that's right, their very own case study videos.

The plot is timeless: a great problem is solved through the introduction of a simple but life-changing idea. It sets the online and real worlds abuzz with excitement. And naturally delivers outstanding results for their clients. But most of all, in 2013, it made the world a little bit better.

These monumental achievements could fall by the wayside if not for the perfect backing track. So to help in this annual festival of epic documentary production, we present some favourite tunes from the recent past. They are sure to bring a rush of pride and warmth towards one's fellow man whenever they are heard. And make the joy of watching your three-minute film complete.

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Music for Entry Videos Playlist


Drop / Cornelius
Gulf of Tonkin / Philip Glass
I Can Carry You / James Newton Howard
PIMP / 50 Cent
Somewhere Over the Rainbow / Israel Kamakawiwo'le
Clocks / Coldplay
1234 / Feist
Honeytrap / We Have Band
This Modern Love / Bloc Party
Young Folks / Peter Bjorn and John
1901 / Phoenix
Intro / The XX
Sweet Disposition / The Temper Trap
We Come Running / Youngblood Hawke
A-Punk / Vampire Weekend

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