Irish producer Eoin French aka Talos has been very busy over the last couple of years, and his energy doesn't seem to be running out any time soon. His recent EP Then There Was War may have been billed as a bonus addendum to the deluxe version of his debut album Wild Alee, but the quality of the tracks and the way he has gone about releasing them says otherwise. Having already put out videos for 'Odyssey Pt. II', 'Kansas' and 'D.O.A.M.' from the EP, we today bring you the final clip from the collection, Niall O'Brien's haunting visual for 'Seance'.

Talos has already proven to be an expert in cultivating atmosphere, so you know that a track called 'Seance' is going to be spooky and otherworldly to begin with. Pairing this with O'Brien's clip takes things up a notch, and even though the video is only 3 minutes, by the end you might feel as though you've watched a whole miniseries about a backwater American town with an unspoken secret. Grainy images of unkempt children, floating bodies and unspeakably mournful vistas perfectly couple with Talos' unsettling track.

Watch the video for 'Seance' below, and then scroll down to get some info about Talos' upcoming live release.

Talos Wild Alee bonus edition with the 4 new tracks is out now. He's also announced that he'll be releasing a 3-track collection called Live At St Luke’s on September 21st. By way of introduction, Talos tells us this:

These three songs were recorded during a show we played at Live At St Luke's late last year. It's a special space, a former church perched on a hill overlooking my hometown of Cork. After spending so long cooped up in the studio making these songs, this gig marked the end of that solitary process in a very memorable and celebratory way.”

If just hearing recordings of Talos' live performances is not enough, then you're in luck as he has plans to tour in both Europe and America with the likes of Editors and Peter, Bjorn and John. Here's the full list of dates:

06.10: Academy, Dublin
07.10: Southampton Guildhall ^
08.10: Bristol St Philips Gate ^
09.10: Nottingham Rock City ^
11.10: Newcastle University of Northumbria ^
12.10: Aberdeen Beach Ballroom ^
13.10: Glasgow Barrowland ^
15.10: Belfast Ulster Hall ^
16.10: Dublin Vicar Street ^
18.10: Manchester Apollo ^
19.10: Birmingham Academy ^
20.10: Leeds Academy ^
22.10: Norwich UEA ^
23.10: Brighton Dome ^
24.10 London Brixton Academy ^
28.10: Opera House, Cork ^
17.11: The Poetry Club, Glasgow
19.11: Hyde Park Book Club, Leeds
20.11: Soup Kitchen, Manchester
22.11: Omeara, London
23.11: Rough Trade, Bristol
25.11: Green Door Store, Brighton
26.11: Olympic Cafe, Paris
27.11: Club Nine, TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht
28.11: Kantine Am Berghain, Berlin
29.11: Haldern Pop Bar, Haldern
30.11: Union Pool, Brooklyn
01.12: Bowery Ballroom, New York *
02.12: Rock & Roll Hotel, Washington DC *
04.12: The Velvet Underground, Toronto *
05.12: Lincoln Hall, Chicago *
07.12: Marty's On Newport, Tustin *
08.12: Teragram Ballroom, LA *
09.12: The Independent, San Francisco *
21.12: Dolan’s Warehouse, Limerick
22.12: Roisin Dubh, Galway

^ with Editors
* with Peter, Bjorn and John