ByMarlon McDonald, writer at
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Marlon McDonald

The new video for Paul McCartney's Destiny end credits song Hope For The Future has been let loose upon the world's, erm, well...interesting, yeah interesting to say the least. And that's being diplomatic.

The video, set in the world of the game, Destiny, has robo-companion Ghost beaming a holographic McCartney near some of the game's most iconic locations, such as...

The Moon!

The Tower!

...and various other locales from the game. It also has the Beatles legend serenading some strangely eager Guardians. All sitting down, cross-legged like it's story time in kindergarten.

Watch this and be amazed...

I can imagine, for a Guardian, there's nothing better than sitting down on the precipice of a mountain with your buddies, and casually unwinding after a day of putting your life at constant risk with a bit of blue McCartney waving around.

Don't get me wrong, I have the utmost respect for one of the greatest songwriters to have ever graced this planet, but was McCartney appearing as a holographic messiah, musing over his beliefs for a Hope For The Future such a good idea?

At least McCartney can sleep easy knowing he's joined an illustrious list of artists that have been presented as holograms. Yeah, take that Tupac...


The song has also been released as an EP, including four 'banging' remixes of Hope For The Future. Bound to be some badass club classics in there.

So tell me, reader, is this the most wonderful music video ever made?


This video is...

(Source: PaulMcCartneyVEVO via YouTube)


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