Ian McGlynn - "O Friends of Mine" (video) (Premiere)

by PopMatters Staff

29 October 2013

New Jersey singer-songwriter Ian McGlynn pays tribute to his fans with an artistic video featuring fan-drawn pictures set against a Banksy-drenched Brooklyn landscape.
 

“O Friends of Mine” is a tune from McGlynn’s 2012 album, Now We’re Golden, that he recorded with pop meister Ken Stringfellow. Today McGlynn’s will be sharing the art they created on their Facebook pages in, thoroughly intertwining artist and fan together in a piece of multimedia art. McGlynn says, “it’s not just a new Ian McGlynn video, it’s an homage to friendship and fandom, and an interesting look at Brooklyn, filmed intriguingly before Banksy turned up in town.”
  


 

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