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Willy Aliotti on Day Release

by on Thursday 15th August, 2013   14672 Visits   Comments

Willy Aliotti’s Day Release doesn’t refer to him having committed a criminal offence, except perhaps some vicious battery of these Irish walls. The whole edit was filmed in one single day.

“I had a invitation to come to Bundoran in Ireland to participate in the Sea Sessions air show at the festival.” Said Aliotti “It was the second time I’ve been there, but this time was special because we got some amazing waves. Every wave in this clip was filmed during one standout day at a few different spots. Ireland is maybe a bit cold but the waves and the Guinness made it all so much better. Thanks to Pete Craig, Joel Gray and Allan Mulrooney for showing me what Ireland had to offer.”

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