British electronic music duo The Chemical Brothers debut a new hypnotizing video for their song "Go," which features Q-Tip. The song will appear on their upcoming album Born in the Echoes, which will be released on July 15th. This will be their first studio album in 5 years. Watch the music video and a behind-the-scenes look below, via YouTube.
The Chemical Brothers ft Q-Tip “Go” Music Video
The Chemical Brothers “Go” Music Video Behind-The-Scenes
This isn't the group's first time working with the A Tribe Called Quest co-founder. They enlisted the rapper on their hit "Galvanize" in 2005. "Go" displays Q-Tip's ability to go toe-to-toe with an electronic pop beat. His vocals coincide with the music quite well as he nearly lines up every syllable in his verse to the quick-paced melody.
The video is pretty mind bending. Directed by Michel Gondry and choreographed by Sherley Henault, it features seven synchronized dancers wearing futuristic lederhosen strolling around, churning two metal poles to the beat. A little confusing, but simultaneously entertaining.
The last album from The Chemical Brothers was Further in 2010. Since then, they scored the soundtrack to the film Hanna in 2011. Now the duo is ready to drop another studio album. The first single was released last month: "Sometimes I Feel So Deserted."