Chromatic, an Irish film collective which captures live performances from artists in historically unique locations around Ireland, have returned with their first video post-lockdown.
The performance couldn’t have taken place in a spot more attuned with the history of our capital.
It’s the old Guinness Power Station of Roe & Co. Distillery in the Liberties.
You can almost feel the mechanics of industry looming over the trio as they perform, a room which provided the main power for the Guinness lots until 1989. The three-part vocal harmonies, warm and organic, strike a strong contrast against the stainless steel and copper of the machines in the background.
This location is currently used as a distillery for Roe & Co. whiskey. The Copper Stills included in the shot are responsible for the production of about 500,000 litres of Whiskey a year.