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The track was chosen as the background to a video produced this month by fashion house Ralph Lauren to document the first Ralph Lauren RRL Riders Tour, a 99-kilometer motorcycle ride that took place on May 25 in Paris and the surrounding countryside.The Wanton Bishop's singer, guitarist and harmonica player Nader Mansour told The Daily Star that a representative of Ralph Lauren asked permission to use the track, citing it as the inspiration behind the vintage-style video. Last year, Roberto Cavalli released the video for their men's Spring Summer 2014 collection, selecting The Wanton Bishops' harmonica-heavy track "Howl" to accompany the footage of moody male models in sharp suits, rich brocade and raw leather posing and pouting for the camera.
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