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Brawni drops first music video off forthcoming killer four-track exploring underground cults

Brawni drops first music video off forthcoming killer four-track exploring underground cults

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Limerick-native Brawni has dropped the debut release on the new label of Irish party-starters Cabal, Tubular Bells, the first of four music videos from the artist’s upcoming EP.

Each single for the forthcoming four-track comes with its own video. The footage for the lead single, Tubular Bells, itself inspired by the idea of a party becoming taboo during lockdown.

Taking the shape of some sort of satanic, underground dance music cult, the video was shot as a one-long tracking shot during lockdown by Brawni.

The video dives straight into the heart of the party, shot in reverse as glasses shatter, break and fix themselves and wine bottles magically refill, while Brawni’s blend of dutty club sounds and horror-movie aesthetics bring a sense of control amongst the carnage.

“​​Ultimately, I don’t take myself or my art too seriously. I am, however, serious about creating it. I think it’s important for people to make stuff because the world is too big and scary to imagine it without art or creativity. As the world seems to get dafter and things become more dark, at least we have art to give us some kind of solace.”

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Brawni will be playing a live release party for his EP in The Sailors Home on October 14th.

Watch the video for Tubular Bells below: