Ellesmere Port musician Ian Prowse has paid tribute to his home town by using it as the setting for his latest video.
Scenes from all over Ellesmere Port feature prominently in the video for You Can’t Win Em All Mum, taken from his acclaimed latest album Companeros.
The video sees Little Sutton-raised Prowse singing the song while taking a bus journey through the Ellesmere Port area during which he passes Cheshire Oaks, Stanlow, Overpool Cemetery, the Civic Hall, Joseph Groome Towers, the bus exchange and various town centre shops.
Ian Prowse first came to prominence in the 90s as a member of the band Pele but then went on to form the group Amsterdam which won the Best New Band competition in the NME.
Amsterdam released their first album Attitune in 2001 and found themselves working alongside the likes of Mick Jones of The Clash, Elvis Costello and Billy Bragg as well as being championed by legendary BBC DJ John Peel.
Following the great reviews which have greeted the release of Companeros, Ian Prowse and Amsterdam have announced a 2016 tour that comes to Telford’s Warehouse in Chester on Thursday, April 7.