British alt-rockers Outfit just dropped their second full-length, Slowness, in June via Memphis Industries, and now, they have shared a video for album track, “Genderless” (via Nowness).

The video is an excerpt from an hour-long film by director Lucy Hardcastle, and it features paint splashing across the screen, mixing into rich colors and amorphous shapes. That’s not a far cry from the inspiration behind “Genderless.” As frontman Andrew Hunt told the Line of Best Fit, the song is about “feeling disconnected from your body and your sexuality almost to the point where your self disappears completely.”

Similarly, Slowness -- in contrast to its predecessor, 2013’s Performance -- hones in on the ambient, incorporating rich textures from synths, droning guitars and Hunt’s distant-sounding vocals. You can grab the album now at iTunes.

The Liverpool-based Outfit -- comprised of Hunt, Tom Gorton on synths, guitarist Nicholas Hunt, bassist Chris Hutchinson and drummer David Berger -- are about to wrap up their current tour with two more stops in the U.K. They’ll play a show in their hometown on Nov. 28 before heading to London on Dec. 14. Find ticket information right here and here.