Music video for Austin, TX based band Cautiontape's song “Get To Me” made up entirely of gameplay footage from From Software’s 2015 PS4 game of the year contender, Bloodborne. Video consists of two female protagonists (one of which is a likeness to Cautiontape singer Britani Woods) trying to reconnect but nearly missing each other throughout the city of Yharnam and the ethereal Hunter’s Dream paradise. In doing so, they face a few bloody challenges. All footage captured is in-game with manual camera manipulation to create scenes. Several deaths occurred in the making of this video.
Cautiontape is Austin’s newest purveyor of indie pop, rock, electronica and New Wave. Britani Woods' seductive yet pleading odes to lost and potentially lost love soar over Jason Garcia’s layered keyboard hooks and harmonies and the rhythm section of Asher Alexander (drums) and Matthew Bell-Roberts (bass) anchors them in a solid groove. The band’s tunes are reminiscent of Metric and The Sounds, with a nod to past pop pioneers The Cardigans, Fleetwood Mac and The Cars, and the style and flair of each individual in the band come together in an exciting live show.
One of 2015’s highest rated games, Bloodborne (ブラッドボーン Buraddobōn?) is an action role-playing video game directed by Hidetaka Miyazaki, developed by From Software, and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation 4. The game follows the player character, the Hunter, through the fictional Gothic city of Yharnam, whose inhabitants have been afflicted with an abnormal blood-borne disease. Upon mysteriously awakening in Yharnam during the night of "The Hunt", the Hunter seeks out something known only as "Paleblood" for reasons unknown.