From their 2015 album Born In Echoes.

The Chemical Brothers recently celebrated the 20th anniversary of their classic album Dig Your Own Hole and to celebrate the milestone they’ve released a video for ‘Under The Neon Lights’ their collaborative track with St. Vincent.

The virtual reality video was made with Google and WebVR Experiments and created by Within’s Jono Brandel and Zach Richter. It follows a girl running through a colorful series of environments representing stages of her life including a forest and a toy-filled house. It only grows more psychedelic when you attempt to adjust the 360° camera.

The Chemical Brothers have been a major talking point this past month and not just because of their anniversary. A recent Pepsi ad co-opting anti-Trump protests caused an enormous amount of controversy before people realized it was almost identical to a satirical music video for the band’s 1999 single ‘Out Of Control.’

Watch that video below and read the director’s recent comments on Pepsi.

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