Bloody Beetroots Go ‘Out of Sight’ With Paul McCartney in Fiery New Video

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When news first broke of a collaboration between legendary rocker Paul McCartney and Italian electronic act The Bloody Beetroots, the buzz was palpable. After premiering the track a few weeks ago, the pair has just dropped an explosive new video for the single ahead of the release of The Bloody Beetroots’ album Hide on September 17th on Ultra Records.

Directed by Charlie Lightening, the video shows Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, the man behind the alias The Bloody Beetroots, performing amidst a decrepit church. Explosions, fire, and a holographic McCartney weave in and out of shots in sync with the bluesy electro-rock track’s rises and falls as a children’s choir delivers haunting background vocals.

The track is available now. Watch the video for “Out of Sight” above.