In support of their Ric Ocasek-produced, sixth studio album, For All My Sisters, U.K. rockers the Cribs have released a brand new music video for the LP's lead single, "Burning For No One," which you can watch below.

The video, which was directed by Andrew Knowles and Nick Scott, depicts the band stuck on a remote beach, surrounded by feral pigs. And we're not talking figuratively.

For All My Sisters is due out on March 24 via Sonic Blew in the U.K. and Arts & Crafts in the U.S., their first with that label -- "Burning for No One" is currently available for download over at iTunes.

The new disc was recorded at the legendary Magic Shop studios in New York City, and is available for pre-order at GalleryAC; pre-orders come with an instant download of the first track the band premiered, "An Ivory Hand."

The Cribs will soon head out on an extensive tour in support of the new album, which includes dates in North America (their first since 2012), as well as an intimate three-night residency in New York City. You can check out their recently announced tour dates here.

In the meantime, enjoy the official music video for "Burning for No One" below: