This is a commercial ad of Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. This commercial was released in July 2016 in United States. Under the title of “Samsung: The Anthem – Rio 2016 Olympic Games”.
As a demonstration of global unity, no event is more powerful than the Olympic Games. It is a chance for each of us to embrace our shared humanity and the progress that comes when the world comes together.
As nations gather for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Samsung celebrates this moment of harmony through ‘The Anthem’. Inspired by lyrics from anthems around the world, ‘The Anthem’ salutes those who dare to defy barriers such as borders, culture, and language to unite as one. Proud sponsor of a world without barriers. #DoWhatYouCant
It was done by Leo Burnett Sydney/Chicago advertising agency.
Through our unity and harmony,
we’ll remain at peace as one.
For we are young and free,
with glowing hearts we see thee rise.
The day of glory has arrived,
oh say can you see,
a vivid ray of love and hope descends to Earth.
The people living united and progressive,
join together all our hearts as one.
Happy and glorious,
listen to us gently with the infinite love.
Unity and justice and freedom
stand unchanged by wind or frost
Offer peace to friends,
and united we shall stand.
The commercial song is “The Anthem” by John Christopher Barnes (Human). However, this song was produced specifically for the commercial and unfortunately, it is not available to purchase or download on any music sites.
Thus, I am not able to get any information about this song. However, if you have any information about this song by any chance, please leave your comment.
Samsung: The Anthem – Rio 2016 Olympic Games
Geo: United States
Released: July 2016
Advertising Agency: Leo Burnett Sydney/Chicago
Actors: Tom Daley (Great Britain, Diving), Alysia Montano (United States of America, Track & Field) , Arnaud Assoumani (France, Paralympic Games Athletics), Margret Rumat Rumat Hassan (South Sudan, Track & Field), Shelley Watts (Australia, Boxing), Gabriel Medina (Brazil, Surfing)
Music: The Anthem by John Christopher Barnes (Human)