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‘TWINS’ – CLOUD CASTLE LAKE – MUSIC VIDEO {NEW MUSIC FRIDAYS / ARTIST TO WATCH}


Dublin four-piece Cloud Castle Lake today premiere the new video for their rousing single ‘Twins’. The track is perfectly complemented by a stimulating black and white cinematography experience courtesy of Irish filmmaker Kenny Leigh in collaboration with the band.

“Nearly all of it was shot outdoors at Russborough House just as a hurricane was approaching, so towards the end of the day the weather got pretty hairy,” explains the band’s Brendan Jenkinson on the making of the video. “It was very unpleasant at the time but ended up working really well with the arc of the video. We wanted to capture the same mood and feel of dream sequences in 50s/60s European films. We found that, in a kind of counter-intuitive way, it really suited the music and gave a new dimension to the lyrics.”

On Monday, January 29th, Cloud Castle Lake will be making their way to North America for a 5-city tour, starting in Los Angeles at the Hotel Cafe. The band will make stops in San Francisco, Chicago and Boston before finishing with a show in New York City on February 6th. Keep up with the band via Instagram, facebook or Twitter.


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