Lucozade has unveiled one of those proliferating new “brand platforms,” courtesy of agency adam&eveDDB, namely “It’s On.” Which might mean anything – or everything – or nothing.
The aim being to “bring to life the positive energy that embodies Lucozade and that feeling you have when you’re ready to take on whatever’s ahead.”
Centrepiece of a £10m campaign is the first film, directed by Max Weiland (whose surname rings a bell.)
These things do make you feel your age. Maybe “It’s On” is what young shavers say when they’re out to enjoy themselves – in so far as you’re allowed to these days. Is it from football? Hula Hooping seems a currently fashionable way of connecting with the past.
MAA creative scale: a non-committal 6 (nice film but this one might have to go to the TMO.)