Watch Beck’s new video for “Heart Is A Drum”

Beck has unveiled a video for his track "Heart Is A Drum". The track features on the singer's 2013 album Morning Phase . For the video, Beck worked with British music video director Sophie Muller, who is best known for her collaborations with Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Blur, Garbage and a host of others.

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Beck has unveiled a video for his track “Heart Is A Drum“.

The track features on the singer’s 2013 album Morning Phase . For the video, Beck worked with British music video director Sophie Muller, who is best known for her collaborations with Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Blur, Garbage and a host of others.

The promo features the death of a young woman, who gets taken away by the Grim Reaper. A modern-day Beck is shown walking alongside a younger version of himself and with Death too.




Last weekend (July 26), Beck was joined onstage by Jack White at a gig at the Providence Performing Arts Center. You can watch footage here.

On Monday (July 28), Beck released a recorded version of his Song Reader project, which features Jack White along with Jarvis Cocker and others including Laura Marling and Norah Jones.

The Song Reader tracklist:

Moses Sumney – ‘Title Of This Song’
Fun. – ‘Please Leave A Light On When You Go’
Tweedy – ‘The Wolf Is On The Hill’
Norah Jones – ‘Just Noise’
Lord Huron – ‘Last Night You Were A Dream’
Bob Forrest – ‘Saint Dude’
Jack White – ‘I’m Down’
Beck – ‘Heaven’s Ladder’
Juanes – ‘Don’t Act Like Your Heart Isn’t Hard’
Laura Marling – ‘Sorry’
Jarvis Cocker – ‘Eyes That Say “I Love You”‘
David Johansen – ‘Rough On Rats’
Jason Isbell – ‘Now That Your Dollar Bills Have Sprouted Wings’
Marc Ribot – ‘The Last Polka’
Eleanor Friedberger – ‘Old Shanghai’
Sparks – ‘Why Did You Make Me Care?’
Swamp Dogg – ‘America, Here’s My Boy’
Jack Black – ‘We All Wear Cloaks’
Loudon Wainwright III – ‘Do We? We Do’
Gabriel Kahane with Ymusic – ‘Mutilation Rag’



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