Beck Drops Video Of The Year With 'Colors'?

Beck Drops Video Of The Year With ‘Colors’?

The song might, in our opinion, not be Becks finest. But this Video Editing and design is just a pure pleasure to the eyes!
Not to mention Alison Brie!

Have a look below and let us know what you think.
“Colors” was sent to alternative radio on April 10, 2018, as the album’s fourth single in the United States. A video was released exclusively for Apple Music on March 29, 2018, with special guest Alison Brie and directed by Edgar Wright.

Colors is the thirteenth overall studio album by American musician Beck, released on October 13, 2017, by Capitol Records.[1][2][9] The album was recorded between 2013 and 2017, with Beck producing alongside Greg Kurstin. The album’s earliest single, “Dreams“, was released in June 2015, while three more singles (“Wow“, “Dear Life” in Italy and “Up All Night” in the US) were released between June 2016 and September 2017. The title track was also released as a single in April 2018.

Q described “Seventh Heaven” as a “lost ’80s pop classic” and “Dear Life” as “lush Beatles-like psychedelia spiked with an existential cry-for-help for a lyric.” Beck told Q that “Dear Life is just about the inevitable turmoil of being alive. Like, can somebody throw me a lifeline here?” [15] The New York Times previewed that “No Distraction” had “a strummy guitar part over a foursquare rock beat, and a chord progression partly cribbed from the Police” and that “Dear Life” was “a late-Beatles-esque existential cry, with a welcome core of oddness within its retro shell.”[16] Beck discussed “No Distraction” with Q saying, “Anybody who has a phone or computer lives with the distractions pulling you this way and that. We haven’t figured out how to have access to everybody and everything all the time and how it affects us physically and neurologically. Or at least I haven’t. My analogy to friends has been that I feel as if somebody has removed the front door of my house, permanently.”[15]

In an interview with NME, Beck said “the rest of the album is probably what exists in the range between ‘Dreams’ at one end and ‘Wow’ at the other.[10] In an interview with Rolling Stone, he commented further, saying “these are complex songs all trying to do two or three things at once. It’s not retro and not modern. To get everything to sit together so it doesn’t sound like a huge mess was quite an undertaking.”