AXA – Little Things Mean a Lot

Advert: AXA – Little Things Mean a Lot
Music: Little Shoes Big Voice – Little Things Mean a Lot

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These AXA TV ads, created by Kitcatt Nohr Digitas, highlight AXA’s healthcare and home insurance services, and explains how fast track appointments allows customers to get on with their lives, and how, when stolen jewellery can’t be replaced, AXA will work to create a copy. The soundtrack is a specially-recorded version of the song Little Things Mean A Lot, which was a number one hit for Kitty Kallen in 1954. The version in the ad was produced by Aardvark Sound and performed by Little Shoes Big Voice, a duo featuring Jack Durtnall and Emily Harvey. UPDATE: The AXA version of Little Things Mean A Lot has now been released as a single and is available to download from iTunes.

Little Things Mean A Lot

101 thoughts on “AXA – Little Things Mean a Lot

  1. Can someone tell me who originally did this song my grandfather used to sing this to me when I was little, he died when I was six… It really means a lot to me please help!!!!”

    • Hi leanne. Little things mean alot was originally recorded by Kitty Kellen in 1953-4. She was american. It was also a favourite of my dad too. I love this version. Bye

      • I was born in 1950, and when I heard the Axa ad it struck a very deep chord. I must have heard it on the radio as I was becoming aware of a greater world than just cot, pot and feed.
        It shows just how catchy and upbeat this song and tune is, but after listening to the Kitty Kallen version recently, I think Emily and Jack’s version outclasses it in clarity.