Luke Tierney - 8th Sept 2014

The band are from Dublin, but new director Alexina Davidson offers the sweet taste of a Swedish summer in her video for alt-folk quartet The Young Folk's Way Down South, taken from their album The Little Battle.

Shot around Molkom in Sweden, Alexina translates the song's nostalgia for young love and simpler times into a yearning for love, fighting against the magnetic pull towards isolation and protection. 

And Alexina has dedicated the video to her mother Hilary Davidson, who lost her fight against cancer on the 27th of August.

PRO Credits


DirectorAlexina Davidson
Co-DirectorCarla Mooney
ProducerCarla Mooney
Executive ProducerAlexina Davidson
Production ManagerLizzie Wilkenson
Director of PhotographyMichael Tomescu
EditorShane Woods
ColouristSimona Harrison
Grading companyRushes
LabelPixie Pace Records

Luke Tierney - 8th Sept 2014

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