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To reflect the line-outs, scrums and tackles on the rugby pitch, two armies are seen to be recreating a battle scene with rugby inspired moves. Emulatingthe life and energy of the famous Guinness surge, a beer unlike any other enjoyed by those of equal measure, the creative tells the story where ‘one nation will rise, one will be made of more’.
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You can check out the new advert as well as the making of video below. To find out more check out the brands Facebook page.
Who’s Jack caught up with the freshly tattooed red head pre secret gig in Dublin to talk opening his own Lego land and jogging on Wandsworth Common.
How does it feel to have your first album go straight to number one?
It’s an amazing feeling, I can’t describe it. It’s surreal, I didn’t expect it to happen and I’m so grateful for everyone who went out and brought it.
How did you celebrate, there is rumours you got tattoo?
I did. I also brought the millennium falcon logo, star wars logo. Harry from One Direction brought me an imperial star fighter in lego and ate pizza. I got the tattoo done in my mangers house, it’s a bit wonky as I drew it myself and it fucking hurts, it’s so painful! I had it done, then did a radio interview for 2 hours and then came back and decided to get some colour on it too, and it was already starting to heal so it opened up again.
What have you got planned for your next release?
The next single, I was speaking to Wretch(32) earlier, now we’ve both got our albums out its not really about chart performance anymore just releasing good music. The next single is called Lego House, it hasn’t got Lego involved, but quite a good actor involved in the video, who’s British but I’m not telling you anymore!
You’ve collaborated with many artists such as Mikill Pane and Wiley, is there anyone else you would like to work with?
Erm I would of said Screwfizzer , but I’ve already put him on a mix. There’s a guy called Smiler who’s really good, and been speaking to gigs the other day so I would like to get that done.
How have your fans that have been with you since before you were signed reacted to the album, has it been well received?
Do you know what the weird thing is the album got really mixed reviews from publications, as I think some people don’t really understand the hype, or they don’t like it in general. I’ve tried to read every single tweet and I haven’t had a single bad one about the album, so the reviews in the album doesn’t really mean anything as they are only going to listen to it once and do a 5 minute review, they didn’t buy it or going to talk about it. The fans that brought it and are going to live with it for years like it, and that what matters to me.
Have you visited Ireland before?
I haven’t been on Arthur's Day before, but I have a ton of family, there is a lot of Sheeran’s about in Dublin tonight. I am technically half Irish as my granddad is from northern Ireland and my grandmother is from south.
Can you fill us in on your performance schedule whilst you’re in Dublin?
I’m doing an unannounced gig with my cousin Laura and tomorrow and I’m doing Olympia with Alooe black, The Scissor Sisters and Floris and after that I’m playing a duet with Yasmin.
Is Guinness your pint of choice?
Yes I love Guinness its wonderful drink, but other than Arthur's Day I don’t drink, so my drink of choice would be a peach Robinsons fruit and barley.
You have a lyric ‘I’m up and coming like I’m fucking in an elevator’, have you ever had any akward moments with anyone in an elevator?
Erm, Where was I, I was in New York and I got into an elevator with Mos Def, and then I didn’t say anything. So that wasn’t really an awkward moment, I just should of said something.