After collaborating on Wide Open, The Chemical Brothers and Beck have reteamed for Skipping Like a Stone. To accompany the ethereal dance track, they enlisted directorial team Pensacola and master stone-skipper Kurt Steiner for a video that starts out soothing then amps up the energy as a skipped stone takes an incredible journey.
Neil Young’s Harvest is one of the greatest albums ever recorded. Among its tracks is Old Man, a song about a man who achieves success at a much younger age than usual. Like Young, Beck had his first big hit at age 23, so the song is a perfect fit for the multitalented alt-rock musician.
Paul McCartney gets gracefully de-aged in the imaginative music video for the song Find My Way, a track which truly sounds like equal parts McCartney and Beck. We’re not sure Macca ever had those dance moves even when he was younger. Directed by Andrew Donoho, co-produced by digital avatar maker Hyperreal Digital.
We’ve been grooving to the Gorillaz album Song Machine, Season One since it dropped, and their team-up with Beck on The Valley of the Pagans is one of our favorite tracks. Now, we have the official music video, which just happens to have been created in Grand Theft Auto V.
Beck teamed up with The Chemical Brothers provide the soothing vocals on their ’80s tinged synth track, accompanied by a minimal, yet visually stunning music video by directors Dom & Nic, with visual effects by The Mill. From the album Born in the Echoes.