Subaru: I’m Sorry

This is a commercial ad of Subaru. This commercial was released in August 2016 in United States. Under the title of “Subaru: I’m Sorry”.

Every parent of a teenage driver dreads getting this call — the call that there’s been an accident. But as this emotional commercial demonstrates, parents are far less concerned about their car and far more concerned about the safety and well-being of their kids. In fact, with its strong reputation for safety, moments like these are the reason many parents choose a Subaru in the first place.

It was done by Carmichael Lynch, Minneapolis advertising agency. And the commercial by Production Company is The Corner Shop and is directed by Peter Thwaites.

The commercial song is Original Music by Barking Owl. 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.

Subaru: I’m Sorry
Client: Subaru
Geo: United States
Released: August 2016
Advertising Agency: Carmichael Lynch, Minneapolis
Chief Creative Officer: Marty Senn
Exec Creative Director: Randy Hughes
Writer/Group Creative Director: Dean Buckhorn
Art Director/Creative Director: Brad Harrison
Head of Production: Joe Grundhoefer
Senior Executive Content Producer: Brynn Hausmann
Director of Business Affairs: Vicki Oachs
Talent Payment Specialist: Jennifer Knutson
Account Management Team: Brad Williams, Adam Craw, Erin Zunich
Product Information Team: Robert Ar, Jonathan Bush
Brand Planning Team: Liz Giel, Meghan McCollum, Maddie Wolf
Senior Project Manager: Allison Sadeghi
Production Company: The Corner Shop
Director: Peter Thwaites
Managing Partner/Executive Producer: Anna Hashmi
Line Producer: Donald Taylor
Director of Photography: Joost Van Gelder
Music: Original Music by Barking Owl


  1. Jasmine September 9, 2016
  2. Jasmine September 9, 2016

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