Mew released their sixth full-length, +- (pronounced "plus minus"), earlier this year, and today (Aug. 17), the Danish alt-rockers have shared a music video for “The Night Believer.”

This is actually the second video for the +- track; the first clip featured 1,000 Mew fans from all around the world. This one instead boasts colorful stop-motion animation depicting zoo animals in a car race against a giant purple robot. The video was produced by Kestrel Media; directed by Lianne Piece, who also worked on the Pixies’ "Bagboy" video; and animated by Will Hodge. Check it out above.

Mew have previously shared videos for +- singles, “Witness” and “Water Slides.”

Mew will launch a North American tour next month. It kicks off on Sept. 17 in San Diego, Calif., and runs through Oct. 11, at which time the band will play a concert in Boston.

Mew Tour
Sept. 17: North Park Theatre - San Diego, CA
Sept. 18: Observatory - Santa Ana, CA
Sept. 19: The Sayers Club - Las Vegas, NV
Sept. 25: The Fonda Theatre - Hollywood, CA
Sept. 26: The Fillmore - San Francisco, CA
Sept. 28: Wonder Ballroom - Portland, OR
Sept. 29: Venue - Vancouver, BC Canada
Sept. 30: Neumos - Seattle, WA
Oct. 2: The Complex - Salt Lake City, UT
Oct. 3: Gothic Theatre - Denver, CO
Oct. 5: Triple Rock - Minneapolis, MN
Oct. 6: Metro - Chicago, IL
Oct. 7: Lee's Palace - Toronto, ON Canada
Oct. 9: 9:30 Club - Washington, D.C.
Oct. 10: Webster Hall - New York, NY
Oct. 11: Paradise Rock Club - Boston, MA