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General News / March 13, 2017

Gumshoe share mystical new visuals for ‘forgotten weapons’

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General News / March 13, 2017

Gumshoe share mystical new visuals for ‘forgotten weapons’

Wicklow’s Gumshoe is made up of Conor Murphy and Keith Ferguson. They’re back with an entrancing new video.

 

It’s no secret we’re big fans of Irish duo Gumshoe. Since late last year they’ve consistently impressed with tracks from their forthcoming EP ‘Sun Kisses The Moon’. We have them tipped as one of the acts sure to make a big splash over the next few months, and they’re not disappointing us with their new video.

The visuals are directed by Sean Gallagher and show off a newfound focus for Gumshoe. It’s an outing that’s as professional as it is beautiful, taking them out of the often cold reaches of SoundCloud, and showing that they’re about to stand alongside the best in Irish electronica.

Listen to their tracks ‘ducats‘, ‘yom kippur‘ and ‘Ninbasu‘, also taken from their upcoming EP.

Keep your eyes peeled for an interview with the duo coming soon.