- 22 Mar 21
True Tides are comprised of brothers, Cian, Conor and Eoghan, whose guitar driven synth pop has made them one of the most talked about acts in Ireland in the last few years.
Cork brothers True Tides have returned with 'I Can't Wait', accompanied by a Dublin-centred video bringing pop culture back into the fold.
The band made their national television debut on The Late Late Show in 2019, and haven't looked back since. Following on from recent Irish radio hits 'Survive' and 'Break The Silence', the new track features high energy pop, euphoric electronic patterns, indelible melodies and an optimistic message for the future.
Within the music video itself are references to the Spice Girls' infamous 'Stop' visuals, which were filmed on Dublin's Carnew Street and Wicklow's Rathdrum in January 1998. A production crew courted locals to be in the music video, who were told to keep the project strictly under wraps until filming began. Each house in the video was paid 100 punts for the day of filming and the locals signed contracts agreeing not to photograph or film the band members during production.
Released as a single from the group’s sophomore studio album Spiceworld, ‘Stop’ became one of the Spice Girls' biggest hits.
Directed by John Broe, True Tides' 'I Can't Wait' clip also focuses its attention on Philip Lynott.
Dublin natives and seasoned visitors alike will also spot Poolbeg Lighthouse and scenes from Pearse Street, Sandymount and the Quays, among other locations from the capital city used by the band.
Check out the new music video from True Tides below:
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- 16 Aug 22