Róisín Murphy is on the lookout for Arklow locals to appear in her new music video. The singer who was born in Arklow before moving to England at age 12 will be returning home on Saturday 27th May.
The casting company say they are looking for “local residents of Arklow to take part in an authentic parade for Roisin Murphy’s new music video ‘Fader’ which celebrates Arklow culture.”
The music video shoot will last between 4-5 hours between 10:30 and 21:30 (TBC) on Saturday 27th May at Arklow Main Street.
They are looking for local groups, such as marionette makers, Irish Dancers, musicians, performers, actors, the Girl Guides, Scouts, and other locals and parade members.
Representation is also sought from the fishery, to represent Arklow’s great seafaring tradition.
Also specifically requested are performers and dancers interested in learning a section of the track prior to the shoot and dancing in the video.
Anyone wishing to attend the shoot are asked to bring handmade costumes, small floats, vintage cars and anything that you think will help celebrate Arklow culture in an authentic parade.
Any questions about the video shoot can be directed to Steve@Venom.ie