The American rockers joined forces with Beavertown’s creative team to illustrate the single for Paper Machete which was released this month, the newest single from their highly-anticipated eighth studio album called …In Times New Roman.
The music video takes place in a universe inspired by Beavertown’s Neck Oil can artwork. The video features Josh Homme and the band reimagined in the brewery’s surrealistic style.
Nick Dwyer, Beavertown Brewery’s Creative Director, said: “It’s absolutely mind-blowing to be working with Queens of The Stone Age. We’ve been massive fans of them forever.
“So, to have the opportunity to make a music video for them, let alone the only one they are doing, … well it hasn’t quite sunk in yet.”
Following the release of In Times New Roman… the band will headline Glastonbury’s Other Stage (Sunday June 25) and play several shows before returning to the UK and Europe in November for ‘The End Is Nero’ Arena tour.
The Autumn dates begin on November 4 at Amsterdam’s Ziggo Dome before getting to the UK on November 14 at Manchester AO Arena and London’s The O2 on November 15.
Tickets are available here. Watch the full music video here.