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WATCH: Kirin J. Callinan debut video Mines Tonight

Written by Michael Carr on December 7, 2010

Local purveyor of twisted sonic glory and crooning vocals Kirin J Callinan has just released his first music video, for fan favourite Mines Tonight. Having just recently released his debut EP She (which doesn’t feature Mines Tonight funnily enough) and playing a very special show at the Paddington Uniting Church, Kirin will be officially launching She at Black Wire on Parramatta Road this Friday Dec 10th, along with Alps.

You can watch the video below, but for the full experience be sure to get down to Black Wire.

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