Last month, Muse debuted “Dead Inside,” the lead single and track from their upcoming album, Drones. Now the English rockers have unveiled the music video for their latest song.

The clip captures the Matthew Bellamy-led crew performing “Dead Inside” live while two dancers -- who, along with the band, are all dressed in white -- deliver intense, interpretive choreography to the song. Watch it above.

Drones is due out June 9 via Warner Bros., following Muse’s 2012 full-length, The 2nd Law. You can pre-order the forthcoming LP now on iTunes. Previously, the band premiered a second Drones song, “Psycho.” They also performed album track, “Reapers,” during a show in Belfast back in March.

Muse have a handful of U.S. tour dates scheduled in May. If you’re planning on attending, you should be prepared, because Bellmany and company want to deliver a literal interpretation of their titular Drones.

“We always like to use modern technology in our shows, the latest video screens or light shows, lasers, whatever is out there,” Bellamy said in a recent interview. “Drones are obviously an interesting thing to try to bring into the live show so we’re going to try and do that. There’s going to be some difficulty with red tape of health and safety about flying things over, but the general idea is that as the tour starts that we’ll be using flying objects.”

Check out a complete list of Muse’s upcoming shows on their website.