The Orchard Catalog on Screen: Summer 2014


Last month we wrote about You Say Party‘s “Glory” appearing in a new Subaru ad, but they’re hardly the only Orchard artist that you might have heard in some form of media recently. We’ve rounded up a few recent notable examples:

Native American / Mexican American rock group Redbone‘s million-selling 1974 hit “Come And Get Your Love” is featured in the hugely successful film, Guardians Of The Galaxy (which has also greatly bolstered sales of Blue Swede‘s chart-topping single “Hooked On A Feeling.”)

Scottish Ballet members danced to Sleeping At Last‘s cover of The Proclaimers’ hit “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)” at the Commonwealth Games opening ceremonies in Glasgow on July 23rd. Check it out below. The sequence begins at 31:47.

Boston singer-songwriter Chris Garneau‘s “The Leaving Song” was used in the July 23rd episode of “So You Think You Can Dance” to a Contemporary Travis Wall routine which you can watch below. The track is taken from his 2009 album  El Radio.

In more car commercial news, Brooklyn duo Computer Magic‘s “Running” is used in a new Lexus “Amazing in Motion” strobe ad spot. The track can be found on their Electronic Fences – EP which was released in 2011. 

Actor David Soul is perhaps best known for playing Hutch in the original “Starsky & Hutch” TV series but he also enjoyed a successful singing career, particularly in the UK. And so a new UK National Express ad features the actor performing his hit 1977 single “Silver Lady” while driving a National Express coach. “Silver Lady,” which topped UK charts for three weeks, first appeared on his second album, Playing To An Audience Of One.

Last but certainly not least, Sonia Dada‘s 1992 hit “(Lover) You Don’t Treat Me No Good,” which reached #1 in Australia, was recently covered by Australian Electronic artist Chet Faker for the AU alt-radio giant Triple J’s “Like A Version” series. Watch his soulful, choral rendition below. The original appears on the Chicago band’s debut album, Sonia Dada.

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