Following our recent “Geared Up” interview with Irish singer-songwriter Eoin Glackin, we’ve got a “Fresh AF” new video to share with you! Taken from the artist’s latest recording, Fires Of Innocence, released on September 28th, via Good Deeds Music (purchase options available here), the music video for “Fresh AF” is a perfect example of Glackin’s awesomely unavoidable Americana/folk that ranges from personal to the political.

Speaking of the new video, Glackin was kind enough to send over some words:

“This video was a laugh to make. We actually had no intention of shooting it when we did. My friend Jason Branagan, who makes all of my videos, called over to chat about what we should do for for this song. We went for a walk and he brought a camera along ‘just in case’. Next thing he was just shooting me walking around Dublin acting like an eejit, well maybe ‘acting like’ is the wrong wording, being an eejit comes natural.

I hope it captures some of the tongue-in-cheek tone of the lyrics but also some of the insecure panic. We were making it up as we went along and the last shot of the video where I start running was literally where the battery died. Jason later added some cool animations to drive home some of the lyrics and we were done. The whole shoot had an urgency to it that was a lot of fun.”

Fires Of Innocence Track Listing:

01. High King Falls
02. Wear It While You Can
03. Barabbas Walks Free
04. Suffer Me A Little Longer
05. Record Store Blues
06. Fresh AF
07. Hold The Line
08. Eva
09. Pity The Poor Comedian
10. Way About You
11. Club Kids
12. Don’t Want To Go Home Yet

You gotta “Wear It While You Can,” right? Check out this recent video as well.

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