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“They laughed and said that I was weak. And when I took the bait, they said that I was a disgrace.”

 

Back in February Paul Alwright shared a new single from his forthcoming album ‘Hungry’ scheduled for release on May 11. The LP will feature Damien Dempsey, Maverick Sabre and more and he’ll be launching it with a big party in The Workman’s Club on May 18.

The first release was for the track ‘Seeds of Doubt’ which the man formerly known as Lethal Dialect dedicated to “the late, great Paul Curran”, and now that track has gotten some visuals.

Watch the video, directed and produced by Luke Daly and Nathan Fagan, below.

Last summer he took to Twitter saying “the bravado, the misogyny and the alpha male bullshit that accompanied the LD moniker was to be swiftly dropped”, citing influences from Rubberbandits, Damien Dempsey, Tara Flynn, Una Mulally and the passing of a friend to suicide as the catalyst.

Click here to listen to our podcast with him where we discuss removing the mask, feminism, where he stands now as an artist and setting an example for kids who could be in the same position he was.

Words: Staff Writer 
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