The Chemical Brothers have shared the video to 'Skipping Like A Stone', a collaborative single with alt rock luminary Beck, which features on the duo's new studio album. You can watch it below.
Directed by New York-based Pensacola — known for work in music, advertising and short films — the visual puts a literal spin on the song by focusing on a single pebble traveling from rural riverbank to city centre, and then into a psychedelic fourth dimension.
In the video, Kurt Steiner, AKA The Mountain Man, is responsible for initially throwing rock at water. The current holder of a Guinness World Record for number of stone skips from a single cast, he managed 88 in 2013 and remains undefeated.
Released earlier this month, 'For That Beautiful Feeling' is the tenth studio album from The Chemical Brothers, and the long-awaited follow up to 2019's bestselling 'No Geography'. Ahead of the LP arriving, the duo also announced details of a new retrospective book charting their emergence as artists during the early-1990s through to today's festival and arena headlining shows. 'Paused In Cosmic Reflection' goes on sale 26th October and is available to pre-order now.