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.
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The latest track from The Chemical Brothers‘ album No Geography features the intense, driving electronic beats we’ve come to expect, accompanied by inspiring vocals, and a music video about a dog who first learns to drive race cars, then pilot a rocket ship.
It is the distant future… the year 2000… the robots have taken our jobs… and are dancing about it. The music video for The Chemical Brothers’ track Free Yourself, from directors DOM&NIC and effects house The Mill will take you on quite the ride. Boogie! Roboboogie!
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.