Edwyn Collins has always had deep roots in the Scottish Highlands.
His grandfather lived in the village of Helmsdale, a Sutherland community nestled against a sweeping bay.
Returning to Helmsdale to open his own studio, Edwyn Collins lives there permanently, and recorded his new album there too.
Out now, 'Badbea' takes its name from a former clearance village, built and then abandoned by people cleared from their land.
Film maker Kieran Evans made the trip to Sutherland for the songwriter's beautiful new video, a rendering of 'I'm OK Jack'.
Shot in monochrome, it captures the stark beauty of the land, moving between the rolling landscape and a small family of red deer.
A stunning watch, you can check it out below.
'Badbea' is out now.
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