The Midnight Preachers Debuts ‘Mexico’ Video

Courtesy: O’Donnell Media Group

Independent rock band The Midnight Preachers debuted the video for its latest single this week.

The duo — Eoghan McSheain and Emer McLaughlin — debuted the video for its new single ‘Mexico‘ Tuesday. The premiere of the video and its single follows that of the band’s singles and videos for ‘Pusher Woman,’ ‘Holding On,’ and ‘California.’

Famed guitarist Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal (Sons of Apollo, Guns N’ Roses) mastered ‘Holding On’ and ‘California.’ He also played a direct part in the creation of ‘Mexico,’ mixing and mastering the composition.

The video for ‘Mexico’ features imagery, such as a person at a desk, writing out the song’s lyrics; a glass being filled with an undisclosed alcoholic drink, and some very psychedelic imagery as the song plays over it all. The musical arrangement that accompanies the song’s video presents a unique sound that will appeal to classic rock aficionados. Its controlled nature makes for even more appeal for the noted audiences.

The lyrical content that accompanies the song’s musical arrangement is centered on the topic of taking stock of one’s life and making important decisions after doing so, according to McSheain.

“Mexico is a song about doing what you need to do in life and making bold decisions to separate yourself from the pack. It’s also about looking inward and bringing some of those demons out,” said McSheain.

‘Mexico’ is available to stream and download here.

More information on The Midnight Preachers’ new single and video is available along with all of the duo’s latest news and more at:




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