He released one of the 2021 albums, but David Balfe aka For These I Love hasn’t been able to shoot it yet.
The Dublin artist, whose self-titled album received 5-star reviews and rave reviews across the board, has made several television appearances in recent months, including ‘Later… with Jools Holland’ and ‘The Tommy Tiernan Show”. . He also announced his first live show at the Olympia Theater in October.
Now, after a string of impressive music videos, fans can get a taste of her live performance with a new live music film titled “Holy Trinity.”
The film was shot in Tolka’s Park in Drumcondra, home of Shelbourne FC, the football team of which Balfe is an ardent fan.
The film stars actors Rex Ryan and Tony Doyle, among others, and was directed by Hugh Mulhern.
“When I was young, it was said that to be a real Donaghmede man, you had to climb the Holy Trinity, the local church, and stand on top of the cross,” he wrote on Instagram. of introduction. “I still remember the accident that ended this tradition. I never made it. I could never trust myself enough to do this climb alone.
“You see, I’ve always walked the hardest roads with those I trust the most.
I’ve only really worked with people cut from the same cloth as me, made of the same blood, bruised by the same world, and animated by the same depth.
Much of this project has been spent sharing memories and lore on Zoom and listening to the director @hughmulhern share his. It’s the lifeblood where trust is built, and I’m glad it is. I feel like we’ve helped each other see the world again.”
Watch the 17-minute short film below: