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Declan McKenna
"The Kids Don't Wanna Come Home"
5 mins
2 February 2017
UK Promos

Young singer-songwriter Declan McKenna continues to impress with his ability to wrap topical subjects in a catchy tune. This time, he's telling parents that his generation is disillusioned with the example set by adults and the way they run the world. Bunny Kinney's video captures teens expressing their thoughts as they join forces and follow McKenna.

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Declan McKenna
"The Kids Don't Wanna Come Home"
5 mins
2 Feb 2017
Young singer-songwriter Declan McKenna continues to impress with his ability to wrap topical subjects in a catchy tune. This time, he's telling parents that his generation is disillusioned with the example set by adults and the way they run the world. Bunny Kinney's video captures teens expressing their thoughts as they join forces and follow McKenna.

Declan McKenna
"Bethlehem"
3 mins 43s
9 Jun 2016
In 'Bethlehem', his latest release, 17 year-old Declan McKenna turns his gaze on religion, with its attendant companions: intolerance and bigotry. John Merizalde's promo illustrates the song with a story set in an isolated Appalachian community belonging to the snake-handling sect of the Pentecostal church.

Declan McKenna
"Paracetemol"
6 mins 01s
4 Apr 2016
Matt Lambert's promo for 'Paracetamol' by teenage singer-songwriter Declan McKenna follows the friendship of two young people on the LGBT spectrum. A trans boy and his gay best mate are filmed in a documentary style which offers touching insights into their lives; underlining the way in which the careless, callous bigotry of the media towards such vulnerable youngsters is both shocking and unacceptable.

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