Sylvan Esso have released the third single, “Frequency,” off their upcoming album Free Love, which is set to drop on Sept. 25. Along with the release, the duo also shared a video for the song which was directed by Moses Sumney.

According to a press release, the video was “shot in an anonymous suburban idyll with choreography by North Carolina-based Stewart/Owen Dance” and “explores the inescapable pull – emotional, physical, and literal – of attraction over a pulsing, phantom beat.”

“We had a fantastic and rewarding time collaborating with our friend and fellow North Carolinian, Moses Sumney, on building a visual world for “Frequency,'” said Sylvan Esso in a joint statement (via press release.) “He had such a beautiful vision for the project, one that ran parallel to the song’s initial source in a way that showed us new spaces it could inhabit. It’s a beautiful exploration of being together and apart at the same time – we feel it rings clearly in this moment.”

The band previously released singles (and accompanying videos) “Ferris Wheel” and “Rooftop Dancing.”

Watch the new video for “Frequency” below!