Bloody Beetroots & Paul McCartney music video is released

Just under a month after Out Of Sight‘s official release on iTunes, The Bloody Beetroots and Paul McCartney & Youth have finally released their bleakly melancholy and fierily moody new music video.

The Bloody Beetroots, spearheaded by Italian electro and dance music producer Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, teamed up with Sir Paul McCartney to release the heavy and thumpingly hypnotizing single Out of Sight.

The single is a brand new electro remix of Nothing Too Much Just Out of Sight, a track originally on McCartney’s critically acclaimed 2008 album Electric Arguments (recorded with Youth and released under their pseudonym The Fireman).

Set eerily in a church, the video is dark and brooding, featuring Rifo adorned in his trademark Venom mask rocking out to the music. He is joined by a choir and Paul McCartney himself also makes an appearance, ‘trapped’ in a series of video screens.

While visually and audibly it may not be everyone’s cup of tea, the final product is an effectively dark video that fits the tone of the angry, cathartic outpouring that is Out Of Sight nicely.

You can read the full review of the single here and see the video below.

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2 thoughts on “Bloody Beetroots & Paul McCartney music video is released

  1. audi says:

    Did Deadmau5 lend his mask to Paul? LOL! Kidding. Great track! Not so sure about the video. Paul’s segments, as usual, seem like an after-thought.

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