Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Karen O to soundtrack anti-fat adverts

Song from 'Where The Wild Things Are' features in obesity campaign

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Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Karen O features on a new advert aiming to combat obesity in youngsters in the US.

The advert, which you can watch below, showcases O's song 'All Is Love', which is taken from the soundtrack of forthcoming film 'Where The Wild Things Are'.

O scored the film under the name Karen O And The Kids, and has enlisted her bandmates to appear, as well as members of Queens Of The Stone Age, The Raconteurs and Deerhunter.

The 'Did You Play Today?' advert has been sanctioned by the US Department Of Health And Human Services.

'Where The Wild Things Are' is released in cinemas on December 11 in the UK. The soundtrack is out on September 29 in the US.

Watch the advert featuring 'All Is Love' below:

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