The music video for “Out of Sight,” the most recent single from progressive house hero(s) The Bloody Beetroots, dropped today on MTV. Featuring the legendary Paul McCartney and Killing Joke bassist Martin “Youth” Glover, the video provides some epic imagery for what is already sure to be a stadium EDM hit.
“Out of Sight” is the fifth in a slow (but steady) stream of singles from Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, better known as The Bloody Beetroots. The Italian dance-punk producer has been releasing tracks from his upcoming second album since late 2011. Hide, the much anticipated followup to his 2009 debut Romborama, will finally be released on September 17th.
The video, Rifo’s second collaboration with director Charlie Lightening, features Rifo in his signature LED Venom mask orchestrating his latest auditory production in his own post-apocalyptic music studio. And yes, in case there was any question, McCartney does make an appearance.