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Epic Video for Julie Feeney’s New Track

By on February 15, 2013

‘Just A Few Hours’ is the forthcoming single ( March 1st) from Julie Feeney’s current album Clocks, released last November to widespread critical acclaim and entering straight in at #1 in the Irish Independent Album Charts.

The music video for ‘Just a Few Hours’ was shot over four days in Cork, taking in beautiful historic locations such as St Fin Barre’s Cathedral, Gougane Barra and the Ballincollig Powder Mills, and such cultural institutions as the Cork School of Music. The Irish Military Re-enactment group was even drafted in for the shoot – consummate professionals who are not adverse to rolling around in the trenches in the name of historical accuracy! The entire crew was largely fuelled by pizza, cola bottles and tea throughout this shoot to ensure the very best quality of work.

Julie Feeney’s Clocks is shortlisted for the Choice Music Prize for ‘Album of the Year 2012’ – the live event of which will take place on Thursday 7thMarch in Vicar Street, where Julie will perform live along with 8 of the other nominees.

A hit with audiences both at home and abroad, next week Julie jets off to perform at JJ Abrams’ Oscars party at ‘Bad Robot’ studios in Los Angeles on 21February, before returning to New York in March for further state-side touring. Julie is also set to perform in Christ Church Cathedral, Waterford on Wednesday 15th May, with more dates to be announced soon.

EPIC Productions is a cinematic media production company based in Cork city comprised of award winning director Christian Cullen and cinematographer Justin MacCarthy. EPIC continuously produce high-end music videos and commercials, and are currently nearing the end of production on their first feature film, ‘Jesus The Remake’. Follow them on Facebook or visit EPIC Productions.



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