Amazon.co.uk continues its ad campaign promoting Amazon Music with a series of new ads, highlighting that there are 40 million songs, one for every moment.
One of the 20-second spots, celebrating Amazon’s status of Official Music Sponsor of Pride in London, this year, features the moment a young woman goes to meet her partner’s parents, and she waits for them to open the door, while holding her girlfriend’s hand. The song playing in this ad is a cover of Cyndi Lauper’s 1986 single “True Colors” performed by Jules Larson, which is included on her debut album, “Let’s Stay Young”, released in 2012.
Amazon Music Unlimited gives users access to any song, anywhere. They can listen ad-free with unlimited skips and download for offline listening tens of millions of songs, including the hottest releases, for only $7.99/month or $79/year (12 months for the price of 10).