THE BLOODY BEETROOTS Release Politically-Charged Video For “SAINT BASS CITY ROCKERS”

THE BLOODY BEETROOTS
RETURNS WITH NEW VIDEO FOR
“SAINT BASS CITY ROCKERS”
SONG APPEARS ON ‘THE GREAT ELECTRONIC SWINDLE,’
OUT NOW ON LAST GANG RECORDS
LISTEN HERE
One of electronic music’s most revolutionary and original producer/songwriters,THE BLOODY BEETROOTS returns today (August 16) with the video for “Saint Bass City Rockers.” The menacing track appears on THE BLOODY BEETROOTS’ third studio album THE GREAT ELECTRONIC SWINDLE(Last Gang Records).Directed by Filippo Bano, the socially conscious video–which made its premier today via Dancing Astronaut–serves as a deep reflection on a lot of hard things happening in our world from political disruption with Korea and Russia to climate change and Trumpism.”I tried to portray the climate of our times; however, I couldn’t cover it all as every day there’s news to be ashamed of. Is this the world we want to live in?” says The Bloody Beetroots’ Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo. “Closing your eyes is not an option, we must take action to make change.  Until now, our best has not been enough.”
 View the video for “Saint Bass City Rockers” now here:
 
With a 2018 tour schedule that touched down at Graspop and Tomorrowland, THE BLOODY BEETROOTS was the only artist to perform at both Europe’s largest Rock and Electronic Festivals in the same summer.Other appearances at Mad Cool Festivalin Spain and Rock im Park in Germany have showcased the project’s versatility and diverse fan-base.
 
THE BLOODY BEETROOTS Live is appearing at:
 
DATE               CITY                                        VENUE
Aug 11              Incheon, Korea                        Pentaport Rock Fest
Aug 18             Tokyo, Japan                           Summer Sonic Tokyo
Aug 19             Osaka, Japan                          Summer Sonic – Osaka  
Sep 07             Sienna, Italy                            Live Rock Festival
 
About The Bloody Beetroots:
THE BLOODY BEETROOTS is the moniker of artist, producer and mastermind Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo whocelebrated his 10-year anniversary in 2017. Born in Bassano Del Grappa, Italy, Rifo was inspired by a lifelong love of comic books and punk rock, which comprise the visceral kick of THE BLOODY BEETROOTS‘ sound. Unleashing his first recordings in 2007, THE BLOODY BEETROOTS‘ sound has been featured in commercials, TV shows and video games, and powered dozens of remixes for artists including Depeche Mode, The Chemical Brothers, The Refused, Peaches, Crossfaith and Britney SpearsTHE BLOODY BEETROOTS’ discography includes a string of successful EPs and three full length albums including 2009’s Romborama and 2013’s Hide, which featured collaborations with Sir Paul McCartney, Steve Aoki, Tommy Lee, Dennis Lyxzen of Refused, P-Thugg of Chromeo, Theophilus London, Youth and guitar legend Peter Frampton. His third album The Great Electronic Swindle (2017) also includes a unique cast of collaborators including JET, Perry Farrell, Gallows and more. Always clad in a mask and leather, Rifo conceals his identity as he rocks international audiences from intimate clubs to festival stages.
About Last Gang:
Last Gang is a music company founded in 2003 and credited with launching the careers of Metric, Death From Above 1979, MSTRKRFT and Crystal Castles. The company is also well known for its work with Arkells, Ryan Hemsworth, Purity Ring, Lights, Ryan Hemsworth and Chromeo. Last Gang is an Entertainment One company.
 
Entertainment One Music is home to Dualtone, Death Row, and Light Records releasing some of the most popular music in the world including The Lumineers, The Game and Lalah Hathaway.
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