Sam Means' "Yeah Yeah" Used in AT&T Commercial

Sam Means, one half of defunct duo The Format, put out a great record last year. Despite my admonishment to pick it up when it was only $1.99 on iTunes, you may well not have heard the record since it since it was the soundtrack to an indie flick called The Sinking of Santa Isabel and a lot of it was instrumental.

A lot of people are going to be hearing the single, "Yeah Yeah," now. The song is used in this just-released AT&T commercial which means Means, who now runs a cool local band merch maker, is gettin' paaaaaaaid. Couldn't happen to a nicer guy.

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