La-de-da-de-da what's the name of that song?
February 2, 2007 7:06 AM   Subscribe

Best answer: Heartbeats, written by Swedish duo The Knife and performed by José González.
posted by matthewr at 7:09 AM on February 2, 2007

Best answer: It's also used in the Sony Bravia ad with the bouncy balls in San Francisco.
posted by matthewr at 7:10 AM on February 2, 2007

Response by poster: Wow, that was quick. Thanks guys.
posted by eatdonuts at 7:15 AM on February 2, 2007

You can watch the Sony Bravia ad here.

And a spoof/rip-off by Tango here.
posted by Milkman Dan at 7:17 AM on February 2, 2007

i'd like to add that you should really, really check out the Knife's version, too- very different but just as awesome.
posted by paul_smatatoes at 7:23 AM on February 2, 2007

Response by poster: Thanks all.

Just did (check out The Knife). I have a sense that I've heard this before - possibly clubbing? Not sure. It's good, but something about the cover by José González completely strikes a cord with me. Hm, the whole Veneer seems excellent.
posted by eatdonuts at 8:00 AM on February 2, 2007

The Knife's version can be heard at many clubs, as well as tracks their critically acclaimed Silent Shout. There's also a mash-up of the two versions out there.
posted by yeti at 11:03 AM on February 2, 2007

The original kicks ass, I recomend checking out the video on YouTube too if you are into old school downhill skate boarding.
posted by cdavidc at 11:43 AM on February 2, 2007

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