PictureHouse Release 16th And Latest Video For New Single, ‘When I see you again’

Irish quintet PictureHouse have today launched the latest (16th) video for their new single, ‘When I see you again’, as part of a video campaign where people are encouraged to send in photos of loved ones as a message of love during difficult times.

Frontman and songwriter Dave Browne explains,

“I woke up recently at 5 am and I wrote ‘When I see you again’ as it was how I was feeling in this strange time and am sure lots of us feel the same. This is a song of love and longing, and a way to let all of the people we care about know.

So we are inviting everyone who has a message they want to send to upload a photograph memory or picture, as a message from you to them.

We will then put these pictures into videos of this song and release new ones every day for you to share with the ones you love.

I know we are all missing someone else so let’s send this message of love to them all.”

Photos can be submitted now through the band’s official website. You can watch today’s video here.

The video concept which has been adopted by communities and organisations including schools and radio stations (who encouraged listeners to send in photos to create a video to broadcast online), has been deemed a great success.

‘When I see you again’ is available to stream and download now here.

Find PictureHouse online on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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