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Music / March 2, 2021

Watch J Smith’s video for ‘I’m Sorry’

Photo Credit: Antony O'Connor
Music / March 2, 2021

Watch J Smith’s video for ‘I’m Sorry’

Words: Dylan Murphy

Following a move into a solo career, James Smith has provided an introduction into his own visual world.

After a successful career with Gypsies On The Autobahn, James Smith has opened a new chapter.

Sharing the video for ‘I’m Sorry’ featuring Ncic, it marks a new era for the former frontman who has also shared music under his Yurn alias in recent months. Written for a friend who endured a sudden breakup, the video for ‘I’m Sorry’ sees James and Laura Brady play a couple in the midst of chaos.

With plates flying across the dining table and clothes getting tossed out the window, it portrays an explosive end of a relationship.

Speaking on the video Smith says, “The pieces of the video started to come together, inspired by Netflix marathons of series Ozark, Shameless and The Sinner.”

Watch the video for ‘I’m Sorry’ below:

Elsewhere, Michael D. Higgins was spotted with a new puppy in the grounds of Áras an Uachtaráin.