Iconic bread brand, Hovis, made its comeback to the UK’s screens after a three year gap on 5th October, with a new TV ad to launch the latest addition to its baking portfolio, the “Hovis Good Inside” range.
The TV spot, created by independent creative agency, Mother, draws on the brand’s iconic heritage for seeing the world through the eyes of a child, and for providing them with wholesome goodness to feed their everyday adventures but contemporises the story with a twist of CGI to bring you ‘the boy on a bike’ as you’ve never seen him before! A modern sound-track merges perfectly with the original Hovis music (Dvorak’s New World Symphony) for a nostalgic reminder of that famous advert.
Hovis believes kids should be outside having adventures and enjoying a healthy lifestyle and because behind every great adventure there’s a sandwich, wrapped in tin foil and stuffed into a backpack, its latest innovation, the new “Hovis Good Inside” range has been made with the ‘added goodness’ of Omega 3 from seeds, with Wheatgerm and Fibre, to provide the good stuff kids need to get out and do great things It’s this modern-day tension between screen time and the great outdoors that the advert explores.
In the spot we see three kids doing everything they can to escape the clutches of a house that will stop at nothing to keep them inside. Will they make it out or will the house have its way and keep them trapped in its clutches? There’s only one way to find out…
The entire Hovis Good Inside portfolio will benefit from a £5m integrated campaign from October, which will span across TV, video-on-demand, radio, digital, PR and in-store media.
Sophie Lyons, Marketing Manager at Hovis commented: “Hovis is a much loved British brand, with this latest advert for the Hovis Good Inside range – we were keen to harness this brand love and pay homage to that rich Hovis heritage but in and new and exciting way. Positioning the brand as the provider of everyday goodness, we think that kids will love this advert as much as their parents love the original boy on a bike, demonstrating how the brand remains relevant to families today.”