During the past few months Ireland needed to take a good look at itself, accept racism is a reality for people here and as a society do much better than we have in calling it out. Till The Wheels Fall Off was inspired by a racist incident on a football pitch abroad but the song and the video are defiant, sending a positive message that football is something that unites people. Bohemian FC in Dublin is a prime example of a club that promotes inclusivity and is active in the fight against racism here.
MuRli’s track is a powerful reminder of being positive and inclusivity amongst the drowning sounds of adversity, negativity and racism in our everyday lives. MuRli’s energy on set and general fun loving attitude made the shoot a real enjoyable experience.
With the help of an amazing crew, the help of Dalymount park and a handful of footballers we made this music video. Filming within the restrictions of Covid 19 was a challenge but adapting and coming up with solutions made the experience even more worthwhile when the final edit was finished.
Huge thanks to all the crew on this one:
Director: Colin Brady
DOP: Albert Hooi
Producer: Steve Sheehy
Production Manager: Alan Keegan
Focus Puller: Mark Hannon
Camera Assist: JP Quill
1st AD: Ciara McIlraith
Production Assistant / Location Assist: James Baldwin
Production Assistant / Data Wrangler: Sinead Bedford
Drone Operator: Keith Smith www.aerialphotographyireland.com
Offline: James Baldwin
Online and VFX: Darragh Foy
Colourist: Sophia Tamburrini
Pyro Technician: Spainer
Huge thanks to Burschi Wojnar for the equipment. Also thanks to Dan, Jimmy, Bohemians FC and Lynn in Dublin City Council