Bobby Gillespie & Jehnny Beth share second collab single ‘Chase It Down’
May 6, 2021
When Bobby Gillespie and Jehnny Beth announced their collaboration with the single ‘Remember We Were Lovers’, it ignited fascination amongst fans of Primal Scream, Savages and alternative music in general. The duo have now shared their second collaborative single together, ‘Chase It Down’, along with its official video.
The artful monochrome of the ‘Chase It Down’ video highlights the schism that the song explores, with both Gillespie and Beth channelling its fractured emotions in their performances. It was directed by Thomas James.
Pre-order here and watch the newly released video for ‘Chase It Down’ below.
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