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General News / December 12, 2019

Kean Kavanagh shares transatlantic visuals for ‘Coca Cola Sky’

General News / December 12, 2019

Kean Kavanagh shares transatlantic visuals for ‘Coca Cola Sky’

Soft Boys went state-side for their latest music video.

Nearly exactly a year ago, Soft Boy Records co-founder Kean Kavanagh released ‘Coca Cola Sky’ and to celebrate its anniversary he’s released a new video.

Filmed in Texas and Ireland, the visuals sees Kean do some Rocky-esque workouts whilst skimming stones by the beach.

“The video was filmed by Kevin Smith and I between Texas (where I was born) and Ireland. We shot it on a camcorder,” he said.

“The more we filmed me boxing and doing pull-ups in this character’s clothes, the more the story and the world behind the song started to emerge. It all made some kind of sense in the end, if only to us anyway.”

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