WATCH: Keywest Release New Video Highlighting Homelessness Crisis
Dublin based band Keywest have released a brand new music video focusing on homelessness.
The song "Cold Hands" was originally written about a homeless man band members had seen in Galway when they used to busk in the city who has since passed away. The song was mixed in the UK by Matty Green who has previously worked with the likes of Ed Sheeran and One Republic and mastered in New York by Jay Franco who's client list includes Coldplay, Michael Jackson and Pharrell Williams
Directed by Gerard Walsh video shows how a man's life turns a turn for the worst, ultimately finding himself homeless and ending in tragedy and star Love/Hate's John Connors.
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