Friends, if you should be familiar from the new Hornbach clip the voice, is probably intended. For their late summer campaign was the construction market operators Bela B. win, Drummer and co-vocalist of doctors. In the following clip, a sweaty struggles, thus set up compact man from his home. The staging of the clip aims, that every handyman has the right, also cobble together his Interior necessary incompetent, as long as one is satisfied with the result. A statement reads „make, as one pleases“, that is not at least too far from the early musical approach of doctors, where Bela B. and Farin Urlaub with the band and their very own „Project“ had pursued. And that was punk rock. Then you can see the Bude yes again disassemble…
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