Check out The Bloody Beetroots’ grungy video for “Nothing but Love”

The Italian electro house producer wields guitars and rocks out with Jay Buchanan in the clip that looks like it was inspired by ’90s alt-rock.

Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo, better known as The Bloody Beetroots, last week dropped a visual for “Nothing but Love.” Like the raucous track itself, the clip appears to be a loving tribute to the anguished punk and grunge videos of the ’80s and ’90s. ? ? ?

Rifo, mask on and electric guitar out, is pounding on his electric guitar in a derelict room with vocalist Jay Buchanan of Rival Sons, all long, matted hair and headbangs. There isn’t much by way of narrative—the video simply tries to stuff in as much raw aggression as possible into four minutes. And it succeeds.

“Nothing but Love” is off The Bloody Beetroots’ latest album The Great Electronic Swindle, which dropped in October last year. Along with the video, Rifo also announced a limited-edition double vinyl of the record, available now.

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