The Lion and the Wolf Posts ‘Ghosts on Trinity’ Video

We’ve big fans of The Lion and the Wolf here at Already Heard. We’re loving his recent tour blog written exclusively for us. Before heading out on his current UK tour, the singer-songwriter otherwise known as Thomas George filmed a video for his track ‘Ghosts on Trinity.’

The video sees Thomas working with director Luke Bridgeman. Thomas also made this comment about the video:

“The song is ‘Ghosts on Trinity’ taken from the debut album ‘Symptoms’. Filmed on a VERY cold January morning in Ventnor on the Isle of Wight which is where I grew up and also where the album was recorded – if you look closely enough, towards the end, you can see Trinity church from one of the aerial shots. I could barely feel my toes during the shoot after mistakenly thinking I had worn two pairs of socks…”

Luke Bridgeman was the man behind the camera and also did the editing. I’ve known Luke for years and we were super excited to work on something together. My sister, Hannah, was also there on the shoot. She helped drive us up the downs and to help Luke walk backwards during some of the trickier shots. I bought them both an excellent breakfast afterwards to say thanks!“ The song is about the passing of my Grandparents Len and Mary who died two days apart when I was 18.”

You can view the video for ‘Ghosts on Trinity’ below or over at AltSounds.

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