The mesmerising clip matches the lilting ambience of the track perfectly, and features close friends of the band, as well as the song’s subject herself - Zachary Cole Smith’s fianceé Dani.
Edited and animated by Ruff Mercy, you can watch the video below.
The band are also set to return to the UK and Europe next month for a series of headline shows - their schedule is as follows.
20 Bristol, UK - SWX
21 Leeds, UK - Leeds University Stylus
22 Liverpool, UK - The Invisible Wind Factory
23 Glasgow, UK - Queen Margaret Union
24 Newcastle upon Tyne, UK - Riverside
26 Manchester, UK - Academy 2
27 London, UK - O2 Forum Kentish Town
28 Birmingham, UK - The Crossing
29 Brighton, UK - Chalk (Formerly the Haunt)
02 Paris, France - La Gaîeté Lyrique
03 Antwerp, Belgium - Trix
04 Amsterdam, Netherlands - Paradiso
05 Hamburg, Germany - Gruenspan
06 Copenhagen, Denmark - Pumpehuset
08 Berlin, Germany - Festsaal Kreuzberg
09 Prague, Czech Republic - MEETFACTORY
10 Vienna, Austria - Szene Wien
11 Munich, Germany - Strom
12 Zürich, Switzerland - Rote Fabrik - Aktionshalle
13 Bologna, Italy - Locomotiv Club
14 Milan, Italy - Magazzini Generali
16 Barcelona, Spain - La  de Apolo
17 Madrid, Spain - Independance Club
19 Porto, Portugal - Hard Club
20 Lisboa, Portugal - Lisboa ao Vivo
11 Helsinki, Finland - Sideways Festival
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