In anticipation of his third studio album Unreal Unearth out this Friday, Hozier has released the official video for his latest offering “De Selby (Part 2)” starring Irish actor Domhnall Gleeson (Harry Potter, Star Wars, The Revenant).

Drawing inspiration from the song’s title that shares its name with a character from Irish literary classic The Third Policeman, the visual finds the Tony Award, Golden Globe, and Critics Choice-nominee traversing deserted landscapes as a man who is unknowingly dead.

Speaking to the visual, Hozier says: “I’m very proud to release this collaborative video for ‘De Selby (Part 2)’ featuring the incredible Domhnall Gleeson and directed by the great Wolf James. Working together with such creative talents toward this piece was a pleasure, and I’m honored that Domhnall Gleeson would bring his remarkable skills and this stunning performance to my work.”

The GRAMMY®-nominated / RIAA Diamond-certified singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist is gearing up to release his forthcoming album Unreal Unearth this Friday. The 16-track LP features previously released singles “De Selby (Part 2),” “Eat Your Young,” “All Things End,” and “Francesca,” which is currently top 5 at Triple A radio, as well as 11 brand new songs including a feature from Brandi Carlile on “Damage Gets Done.” Unreal Unearth will be available globally both digitally and in various physical configurations including standard black LP, raw ochre D2C exclusive LP, burnt clay Amazon exclusive LP, light umber indie retail exclusive LP, CD, and cassette. Pre-order HERE.

Hozier followed a triumphant surprise set at Glastonbury with an acclaimed sold out show at Ally Pally Park last month. With over 1 million tickets sold worldwide, and recently wrapping a sold out European, UK and US tours, he will bring his massive international ‘Unreal Unearth Tour’ back to the UK and Europe in December, which will see him conquer arenas, including London’s OVO Arena Wembley, which has sold out already. Visit for full tour routing

Sun 10th Liverpool, UK, M&S Bank Arena
Mon 11th Glasgow, UK, OVO Hydro
Wed 13th Birmingham, UK, Resorts World Arena
Fri 15th London, UK, OVO Arena Wembley SOLD OUT
Sun 17th Belfast, UK, SSE Arena SOLD OUT

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