The Last Shadow Puppets have unveiled a music video for the latest track to emerge from their upcoming sophomore effort Everything You’ve Come to Expect.

The newly minted “Aviation” clip closely follows the video for the forthcoming LP’s title track, and “Aviation” serves as a kind of prequel. “Everything You’ve Come to Expect” found Alex Turner and Miles Kane buried neck-deep in sand, while a mysterious bride danced circles around them. “Aviation” provides some context: In the Saam Farahmand-directed video, a Godfather-esque mobster orders the English indie-rock duo to dig their own graves as the bride tearfully watches over the scene and a blindfolded string section plays the requiem. Check it out above.

Everything You’ve Come to Expect is due out April 1 via Domino. It follows the band’s 2008 debut The Age of the Understatement. Turner and Kane have a handful of tour dates scheduled in the U.S., including shows in New York City, San Francisco and L.A. They will also play this year's Coachella.