In the middle of the night, Columbus, Ohio's indie pop sensations, Twenty One Pilots, unleashed a brand new music video for their latest, ambitious single, "Tear in My Heart." You can check it out above.

The video is set in Chinatown with frontman Tyler Joseph sporting a painted-on turtle neck and black hands -- an obvious change from the band's usual colorful ski masks. It's a sort of love story that doesn't seem to end very well for Joseph. The peppy track sounds much more similar to their work on 2013's Vessel than their new album's darker lead single, "Fairly Local."

"Tear in My Heart" is slated to appear on Blurryface, which will be available May 19 via Fueled by Ramen. The band has also already announced an extensive tour in support of the new disc, including plenty of dates in the U.S. with Echosmith as support. You can grab ticket information here.

Twenty One Pilots' Blurryface Tour
May 11 – Glasgow - ABC2
May 12 – Manchester - The Deaf Institute
May 13 – Birmingham - Hare & Hounds
May 14 – London - Electrowerkz
Sept. 8 – Washington, D.C. - Echostage
Sept. 11 – Philadelphia - Festival Pier
Sept. 12 – Boston - Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
Sept. 13 – Toronto - The Phoenix Concert Theatre
Sept. 15 – New York - Hammerstein Ballroom
Sept. 18 – Columbus - Schottenstein Center
Sept. 19 – Rochester - Meadow Brook Music Festival
Sept. 20 – Indianapolis - Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn At White River State Park
Sept. 22 – Kansas City - Starlight Theatre
Sept. 23 – Papillion - Sumtur Amphitheater
Sept. 26 – Magna - Saltair Pavilion
Sept. 27 – Morrison - Red Rocks Amphitheatre
Sept. 29 – Tulsa - Brady Theater
Oct. 6 – Atlanta - The Tabernacle
Oct. 8 – Lake Buena Vista - House Of Blues
Oct. 11 – Oklahoma City - Diamond Ballroom
Oct. 15 – Los Angeles - Greek Theatre
Oct. 16 – San Diego - Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
Oct. 20 – Sacramento - Ace Of Spades
Oct. 22 – Portland - McMenamins Crystal Ballroom
Oct. 23 – Vancouver - The Vogue Theatre
Oct. 25 – Garden City - Revolution Concert House & Event Center
Oct. 28 – Sioux Falls - The District
Oct. 29 – Saint Paul - Myth