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Wagons at SXSW. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Wagons at SXSW. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Wagons Hosts EMI Christmas Viral Ad

by Tim Cashmere on December 16, 2011

in News,Noise Pro

EMI have created a Christmas ad showing off their Australian roster, hosted by Wagons and starring Ricki-Lee, 360, Oh Mercy and Papa vs. Pretty, who have their first taste of egg-nog.

The theme of the ad is that “music is for life, not just for Christmas” and shows off the EMI roster being silly.

It was directed by Matt Weston and Glenn Dickie.

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