Los Angeles band The Neighbourhood has been steadily gaining traction on the strength of their hit single "Sweater Weather," touring with Imagine Dragons and accumulating a steady string of sales and radio plays. They're not, um, afraid to keep things going with the follow-up, "Afraid," off of their album I Love You.

Today, they premiered the song's striking black and white video, directed by the duo ENDS (Zachary Sekuler and Daniel Iglesias, Jr.). Taking a stark, literally naked look at the band, it also goes a detour through a slowed-down, purple alternate reality (no idea what that could be about) and a Memento-like playthrough of its key sequences.

Check out the video for "Afraid" above.

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