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General News / March 26, 2020

Flynn Johnson wrestles his inner monologue in ‘Pray’

General News / March 26, 2020

Flynn Johnson wrestles his inner monologue in ‘Pray’

A trio of heavy hitters have linked up on a belter.

Dublin spitter Flynn Johnson has returned with a hazy new video for his new single ‘Pray’.

Featuring production from both Bitterroc and New Machine, it sees Flynn wrestle with conflicting notions referenced by the devil and angel on his shoulders.

Noticeably upping his hook game on his latest effort, Flynn’s aforementioned inhibitions are illustrated in a more lethargic beginning to the chorus before being dusted away with shouts of joining the boys. Keen to keep listeners on their toes Flynn juxtaposes the beautifully hypnotic beat with a number of switch ups in his flow.

Listen below: