Frankie Swain has today released the emotive video for her new single Emergency Alarms.
Directed by Alan Dunne and produced by Stubborn Monkey Media, Emergency Alarms reflects on how important it is to reach out to friends in time of need. “It’s so important today that we reach out to friends and family or even sometimes strangers to make sure we mind both ourselves and each other. Never forget what you mean to others as sometimes this can be your saviour. We have all been in the same place at some stage, so trust in others, you are never alone – make sure to reach out for the helping hand of friendship.”
Citing influences such as George Ezra, Ward Thomas and Passenger. Emergency Alarms follows the success of Frankie’s first single “Hook, line and Sinker” which got a number of radio plays and playlists from all around Europe.
Emergency Alarms was written with PictureHouse songwriters Dave Browne and Yann O’Brien over the past year and has already seen support from Janice Long (BBC) and on RTE in Ireland.
Watch the video for Emergency Alarms here
Stream / Download from smarturl.it/emergencyalarms.