Videos

OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEOS

Please Don't Send Me Home

Please Don't Send Me Home

They released the first single in April 2016. Shot on location in the Golden Lion pub in Camden Town. It’s about the mass emigration of men and women from Ireland in the 1980s’, and represents the Irish settlers living and working in London during this time.

Beggars Celts and Madmen

Beggars Celts and Madmen

The second track to be released was Beggars, Celts, and Madmen. The video, directed by Clan of Celts front man, Denis Dowling.

They set the story in the aftermath of the Great Irish Famine of 1864. The characters in the video represent the different factors which faced those who fled Ireland for a better life overseas.

Dream Catcher

Dream Catcher

The third video release from Clan of Celts came in January 2018 with the release of Dream Catcher. It is a melodic song about the passing of Denis’s father in 2016. It paints the picture of his dad's soul leaving England and returning to his native home in The Curragh, Co Kildare.  

Stacey Lawlor

Stacey Lawlor

Here's an upbeat and comical song about a fiesty young lady called Stacey Lawlor telling of the woes and consequences of online dating a strong woman! Have a listen you will hear that the words tell a good story.

The video is a collection of photos of the boys on the road with great friends! Some great memories and great craic had over the years with more to follow we hope lol.. enjoy!

THE LOCKDOWN SESSIONS

A Christmas Quarantine

A Christmas Quarantine

This is our Christmas 2020 single - A Christmas Quarantine. It’s a song we put together to reflect the crazy year that 2020 has been, we do hope it puts a smile on your face! Enjoy and don’t forget to share with friends! Much love, Clan of Celts

Clontarf Dew

My Eternal Tomb