Allstate Commercial Song: ‘Lincoln Project’ commercial song with ‘Snickers commercial’ video: ‘The best is yet to come’
Allstate is launching a commercial with a song about Lincoln’s presidency, a commercial that will be featured on the Lincoln project’s commercial debut and a commercial for its Lincoln commercial.
The commercial, titled “Lincoln’s Best Is Yet to Come,” features the band playing a version of the band’s “Buddy Holly” and “The Last Time” from its Lincoln project album.
Allstate said the song is “inspired by the song ‘Lucky Tonight’ by Johnny Cash, which celebrates the best moments of Lincoln’s life.”
The commercial will air during the commercial debut of the Lincoln commercial, which will air on CBS and Allstate stations in the Atlanta metro area.
The song, which Allstate describes as a “modern classic” from a “young artist’s perspective,” follows the song “All In The Family,” which features the song in its “Mystery of the Mysteries” segment.
All of the songs in the Lincoln Project album, including the song, are also available on Spotify.
The Lincoln commercial has been the subject of intense debate since Allstate launched it in late August.
The band called the song a “fraud” and a “scam” that featured a “vague, distorted and false narrative” about the president.
In a letter to President Trump, Allstate noted the band did not know its song was being used in a commercial until the commercial’s creators said they were going to release it on YouTube.
Allstates attorney general, William H. Taylor Jr., also wrote a letter, which was shared by the band and Allstates attorneys general office.
The president’s lawyers also released a letter from the president’s chief counsel, Chad Read.
Read said the band, Allstates lawyers said, had no right to do what they were doing.
In its letter to the president, Allsates attorneys also said the music is a “poster child for anti-Semitism and anti-American sentiment.”
Read said the Lincoln song “provides a stark, unflinching depiction of what has been going on under the guise of Lincoln, and why Lincoln was in fact a fraud.
Allsstates lawyers wrote that Allstate did not have the right to use this song in a political ad, as they were not given the right by law to use their own song.”
Allstate also wrote that the band had “mischaracterized” the song.
Read did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment from The Associated Press.
The Lincoln project is Allstate’s flagship philanthropic organization.