With their fourth album due out next February via Island Records, London-based band Bombay Bicycle Club have not only detailed the upcoming release but also shared an interactive video for the first single, 'Carry Me'.

"I think in terms of the album, there's a romantic side of it," Jack explains. "There's a relationship that always seems like it's in the lurch and ending, but it prevails nonetheless." A metaphor for the band? "I hope not!" says Jamie. "I do think it ties into our lack of cynicism, though. More than on any of our other albums, there is a feeling of hopefulness."

The video reflects the album artwork and pays homage to Eadweard Muybridge, known for his pioneering work with stop-motion photography. Viewers are able to control the band's actions throughout, essentially making them the director while the band perform in time to the music.

Watch the video here.