Music to our ears…Posted on - August 29, 2019
Who would have thought that a specialist product like Window Film would have so much impact on singers and song writers?
But a quick glance back through our Blog archives shows how important window film is a source of inspiration.
From Heat & Glare to Safety & Security, Privacy and beyond – musicians can’t get enough of our Window Film-based loveliness.
Here’s a recap and a sort of loose top 40 hit parade – with links to the songs where possible so you can compile your own Window Film playlist.
Go on – you know you want to…
Heat & Glare
Blinded by The Light : Bruce Springstein inspired by his own problems with glare.
Sunshine of my Life: Cream’s memorable ode to glare problems
Shine: Take That seemingly oblivious to the downside of the situation
Hot in the City: Billy Idol reminds us of workplace heat issues
Steamy Windows: Tina Turner has had enough of office-based unpleasantness.
Safety & Security
Sledgehammer: Peter Gabriel tests our bomb-blast film
Heart of Glass: Blondie’s tribute to Durable
Stuck on you: Lionel Ritchie used to work for 3M… (You’re once, twice , 3 times … )
– Elvis had a song of the same title – similar sentiments.
A Whiter Shade Of Pale: Procol Harum’s classic – remembering getting their bathroom sorted with opaque film
Mirror in the Bathroom: The Beat discover Durable’s range of mirrored window film
Smoke gets in your eyes: Well it stops prying eyes anyway. The Platters discuss…
The Man In the Mirror: Michael Jackson has his mirror window film installed on the inside so he can see himself in every window.
The Reflex: Duran Duran try some of our mirror film too.
Smoke on the Water: Deep Purple’s anthem inspired by a Durable privacy installation.
Difficult 3rd album…
Maybe we’ll finally get round to recording our own Durable concept album we’ve always talked about… or that rock opera idea…
Start small probably.
A Christmas single perhaps…?
Good with glass.