Song in Mistaken Identity Buick TV Commercial Ad 2019

Song in Mistaken Identity Buick TV Commercial Ad 2019

Song and Singer  in Buick Mistaken Identity TV Spot Song by Matt and Kim

The auto maker company Buick release a new TV commercial ad. The title of new Buick tv advert is ‘Mistaken Identity’ spot. Buick try to promote their products ‘2019 Buick Enclave Avenir AWD, Buick Enclave, Buick Lacrosse, Buick Cascada, Buick Envision, Buick Encore, Buick Regal TourX, Buick Regal’ through Buick TV commercial , ‘Mistaken Identity’ advertisement 2019.

Information about Mistaken Identity Song by Matt and Kim Buick TV Commercial

In several cases of mistaken identity, people mix up which Buick belongs to which person. A valet, a group of lacrosse players and a confused husband are all left scratching their heads at the vehicle before them until they realize they’ve been looking at the wrong one the whole time. The automaker says its new lineup is full of surprises. For a limited time, Buick is offering MSRP savings on the 2019 Enclave Avenir and other select models.

Products in ‘Buick Mistaken Identity Advert’

2019 Buick Enclave Avenir AWD, Buick Enclave, Buick Lacrosse, Buick Cascada, Buick Envision, Buick Encore, Buick Regal TourX, Buick Regal

Songs in ‘Mistaken Identity Buick Advert 2019’

Song in Buick Mistaken identity TV Spot is It’s Alright by Matt and Kim
This song is available on iTunes you can listen and download it form iTunes store.
The preview of Song in Buick commercial by Matt and Kim is It’s Alright is below.

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Actors in ‘Buick Commercial Ad’
Andrew Koyama as Man in suit, Gustavo Quiroz as Lacrosse kid

Watch Buick TV Commercial, ‘Mistaken Identity’ Song by Matt and Kim

About Matt and Kim

The Brooklyn-based duo Matt and Kim — Matt on keys and vocals, Kim on drums — started playing energetic dance punk in the early 2000s, then edged into the mainstream in 2007 with the song “Daylight,” which became a viral sensation thanks to its witty video. They held on to that level of popularity by releasing albums and eye-catching videos that enthusiastically melded punk-pop, hip-hop, and radio pop.

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  1. TK

    I would rather walk than drive a Buick after having to listen to that horrific Buick ad “song” by Matt and Kim. I can’t hit the mute button fast enough when this turd comes on tv.

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