Hak Baker comes under a category of artist that is hard to define, with his eclectic mix of influences ranging from folk to rap, and even spoken word.

Baker's latest single, "Thirsty Thursday", has been self-described as an "anthem for everyday people", and the same can be said for the video—directed by Max Reginald Robson and co-directed, co-produced and edited by Baker himself—which features scenes in the pub, with nurses and even a boxing ring.

The variety of people in the video match Baker's energy, and for those who have yet to hear his music, this shows you exactly what he's about. Take it in exclusively above.