Instead of going with a fictional storyline for their new video for "Teeth White," the Staves have gone back to what's natural to them -- hanging in the middle of a music venue.

Working with La Blogotheque, the visual was filmed in a club in Paris where they decided to pass on having actors altogether and invite anyone and everyone who wanted to be in it.

"We were so excited to team up with the wonderful folks of La Blogotheque once more to create this video," they told Q. "We would like to thank all the people in Paris who volunteered to be in it with us!"

Jessica, Camilla and Emily Staveley-Taylor performed for the crowd, serenading different patrons as they played the tambourine, or in Jessica's case, the guitar. Produced by Bon Iver mastermind Justin Vernon, the song is one of those pretty melodies that will flutter in your ears and put you at east despite the heavier lyrics.

“Teeth White is a song about feeling like no matter what you do, it’s never good enough,” the band said about the track. “It’s really a song about the frustration of being held back and not being free."

The Staves are currently supporting Paolo Nutini's tour in the U.K. and will be making an appearance at Vernon's Eaux Claires Music Festival.