Gorillaz, headed up by the duo of Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett, are at work creating the group’s next, long-awaited album, and today the first new music from the band in six years came in the form of “Hallelujah Money,” a political single that comes with a simple yet effective music video.

The song and video, which premiered today via UPROXX, features lead vocals from English musician, composer and poet Benjamin Clementine, who delivers lyrics about the rocky state of the world and our uncertain future in direct and warbling tones, before Albarn’s cartoon avatar 2-D joins in via silhouette. The heavy song gets a moment of levity in the cartoon finale, however.

Watch and listen to “Hallelujah Money,” Gorillaz’ first new release since 2011’s The Fall, above.