Again voiced by actor and comedian Matt Berry, this latest MoneySuperMarket TV advert introduces viewers to the Money Calm Bull, a bovine benefitting from the relaxing effects of having all his bills taken care of.
In this full-length 60-second version of the ad we see that even being a bull in a china shop isn’t enough to spark this character’s worries or temper.
Money Calm Bull even keeps his cool while surrounded by a troupe of Morris dancers and while plummeting down the side of a building while apparently doing some window cleaning. Well, I guess animals weren’t eligible for the government’s furlough scheme and instead had to seek alternative employment.
The Bull is also seen staying centered on a ship that’s under attack from a sea monster and while riding an asteroid that’s racing towards Earth. Both situations that typically send bulls into a right state.
The MoneySuperMarket commercial concludes with voice-over artist Matt Berry encouraging viewers to also “Get money calm”.
What’s the advert song?
Although it’s a little difficult to identify this classical piano MoneySuperMarket advert music because it’s playing so faintly in the background, we believe the song is ‘Piano Concerto No. 21 – Andante’ by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, as opposed to ‘Nocturne in E Flat Major, Op. 9, No. 2’ by the Polish virtuoso pianist and composer Frederic Chopin, which we originally thought it sounded like.
Mozart’s ‘Piano Concerto No. 21 – Andante’ can be streamed or downloaded from Amazon UK.
26 June 2020