Walking On Cars Take Us From Funeral To Party In New Video “Coldest Water”

It somehow ended in a party…

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Irish rockers Walking On Cars takes us into two juxtaposing social scenes in their new video “Coldest Water.” From a dark, motionless funeral to a vibrant party, the band taps into mortality and euphoria with emotionally-charged visuals. The video is enigmatic and even offbeat until you really listen to the lyrics where singer Patrick Sheehy opens up about his relationship with alcohol. Drinking can be fun and give you the highs, but it can also get you closer to death. At least that’s how we interpret it:

The single is from the band’s sophomore album Colours, which will be out on April 12 via Virgin EMI/Play Nice. Their European tour starts next month, so go see them:

4/25 – Spring Break (Poznan, Poland)

4/26 – Rock Café (Prague, Czech Republic)

4/27 – Grelle Forelle (Vienna, Austria)

4/29 – Volkshaus (Zurich, Switzerland)

4/30 – Les Docks (Lausanne, Switzerland)

5/3 – Le Trabendo (Paris, France)

5/5 – AB Box (Brussels, Belgium)

5/6 – E-Werk (Cologne, Germany)

5/8 – Paradiso Grote Zaal (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

5/11 – Tonhalle-Kultfabrik (Munich, Germany)

5/12 – Columbiahalle (Berlin, Germany)

5/13 – Docks (Hamburg, Germany)

5/15 – O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire (London, UK)

5/16 – O2 Institute Birmingham (Digbeth, UK)

5/17 – Fomo @ Church (Leeds, UK)

5/19 – O2 Ritz Manchester (Manchester, UK)

5/20 – The Garage (Glasgow, UK)

5/21 – Waterfront Hall (Belfast, UK)

5/23 – 3Arena (Dublin, Ireland)

6/21 – Irish Independent Park (Cork, Ireland)

7/18-21 – Latitude Festival (Suffolk, UK)