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“I want greatness.” Sam Holmes is pretty clear about his goals for Night Flight. “I don’t think anyone really says that anymore. Some people consider it arrogant, but I truly believe we can be one of the great bands of our generation.” They are certainly off to a strong start. Following up on their debut EP, the band last month released a second collection, Carousel. Singles ‘God Knows’ and ‘Parade’ we’d already heard but the full EP also introduced to the outstanding ‘Roulette’, a song full of passion and feeling, but somehow almost understated as it builds to its intense climax. Now we’re delighted to bring you the premiere of the new video for the song, which brings together old video footage from Sam’s childhood. “The aim with this video was to capture a feeling of nostalgia and longing within memories of growing up,” he said. “The inescapable pang that time is forever moving and the moments we cherish, quickly distant. The reciprocity being that memories shape memories.
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O’Kane had nothing on his record except for a few piddly little cashes until he entered the PokerStars MEGASTACK Ulster in January. The Irishman nearly turned a €170 investment into a $30,000 Platinum Pass but had to settle for a fourth-place finish worth €6,680 (his record score). PokerStars MEGASTACK Ulster attracted 733 entrants, partypoker’s Grand Prix drew 1,712 and O’Kane hung them all out to dry to take the €43,550 first prize after the final four players agreed to divide the money €30,500 a piece with around €13,000 left in the middle. O’Kane entered the heads-up phase with fewer chips than the highly experienced Michael Graydon, but managed to swing things in his favour to take the title. Partypoker Ambassador’s Padraig Parkinson and Louise Butler both made money as did a slew of top pros such as the Unibet duo Dara O’Kearney and Dave Lappin , Max Silver and the former Irish Open winner Patrick Clarke. Incidentally, that’s where partypoker head to next – the 2018 Irish Open Festival with a €1m GTD Main Event.
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