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Music / January 29, 2021

Jim Dollard is fighting the urge in ‘Pints of Plain’

Still 'Pints of Plain'
Music / January 29, 2021

Jim Dollard is fighting the urge in ‘Pints of Plain’

Words: Dylan Murphy

In a new video, the Kilkenny spitter details a weekend that takes a darker turn.

Hailing from the south-east, Jim Dollard barks horror-tinged hip hop that rests in the same sphere as the drug-laced bars of the Px Music crew.

His latest offering, ‘Pints of Plain’ sees Jim detail a weekend that descends into debauchery whilst the visuals weave footage of classic Irish culture ranging from The Dubliners to John B. Keane.

Directed by Josh Meany, it’s a fly on the wall observation of the riotous lifestyle of a young 20 something-year-old. Paradoxically, it leaves one fiending for the return of pubs whilst simultaneously glad Sunday morning fear is no longer on the menu.

Watch the video for ‘Pints of Plain’ below: