Dancing duo Velocity have created a phenomenal dance video in tribute to the Irish Euro 2016 team.
The dancing duo is comprised of David Geaney, a five time World Champion dancer from Dingle, Co Kerry, and James Devine, from Ardnacrusha, Co Clare, who is a three time World Champion and a Guinness World Record holder for the fastest feet in tap with an impressive 38 taps per second. The two dancers formed Velocity in 2015.
Earlier this year, they created a video called "The Rising" celebrating the 100 years of Irish history since the Easter Rising. The video also acted as a statement of their pride in being Irish.
In April, Geaney told IrishCentral that the duo will continue to release more online videos and would ultimately like to bring Velocity to the stage as a full scale production.
Their new video, which was choreographed, recorded and edited by Geaney and Devine in under 24 hours, was shot at Seanchoill Sports Complex in Co. Clare, reports the Irish Post. The soundtrack in the video, which also features footage from the soccer team, is by Niall Murphy Music.
Watch their latest video here: