Earlier this year, the Long Island rock outfit, Love, Robot, released their latest studio effort, 'B.A.D.' Throughout the album, the band's unique brand of dark pop-rock is highlighted, most notably in the high-octane track, 'Drive.' Diffuser has partnered with Love, Robot to debut the energetic and intense music video for the song, and you can -- and should -- watch it above.

"Nick [Starrantino, bass] and I wrote 'Drive' with '70s rock bands in mind, after listening to Led Zeppelin all day," frontwoman Alexa San Roman explains. "It's basically the 'grab your leather jacket and boots, get in the car and go' song on the record."

Love, Robot seem to be experts and blending dark themes and hard rock with undeniably catchy rhythms. The video for 'Drive' not only captures that sound, but also what it's like seeing the band perform. "We decided to film the video where the song was born and to get a little intimate with our fans," Roman tells us. "This is what we look like when we play these songs in the same place we practice these songs."

Love, Robot have a few dates currently scheduled for the northeast. Get their full tour itinerary here. And make sure to check out the details on 'B.A.D.' and everything else going on with the band at their official website.