- 27 Nov 20
Directed by Brian McDonnell and produced by Zoë Brennan-Whitmore, the mesmerising music video follows a relationship trapped inside a barn, with wooden figurines and beautiful nature shots.
Luunah have set their sights on 2021 as a band to be reckoned with, with their self-titled October debut album earning them deserved praise. Dreamy electronic song 'Easy on the Eyes' was the Hot Press Track of the Day yesterday, and now the group are gifting their followers with a new video for 'Take Me Dancing'.
Lead singer Sarah Beth O'Mullane formed the band while studying at CIT Cork School of Music, later writing the album's core songs throughout her final years of college after meeting fellow members Paul Brennan (drums), Lee Kennedy (bass), Emily Naughton (synth) and James Gormley (guitar).
Hot Press are delighted to premiere the alternative outfit's 'Take Me Dancing' video, taken from their debut album.
The visuals encompass the freedom of nature, following a couple who are connected yet remain trapped inside a darkened barn. Wooden mini-puppets of the characters reflect the plot, with clear vocals perfectly align with the autumnal visuals.
Filmed in Kells, Co. Meath and starring Aidan Farren and Amber Deasy, the song itself is about recognising the significance of life despite the suffering, setbacks and uncertainty it often entails.
"The world is beautiful when we're lost," Sarah-Beth sings in the forest, with the lyrics reflecting the chaotic atmosphere of the social landscape in 2020 as well as the turbulence of a relationship.
Watch Luunah's brand new video for 'Take Me Dancing' below: