As the Damnwells continue the celebrations surrounding the release of their self-titled fifth studio effort, Diffuser is beyond ecstatic to partner with the indie rockers for the debut of the official music video for album track "Lost" -- check it out above.

As we put it in our review of the new record, the Damnwells -- and specifically, frontman Alex Dezen -- have always "had a gift for luring the listener in with sweetly hummable arrangements that add a spoonful of sugar to the fraught conditions [their] songs' protagonists tend to find themselves facing."

Those sentiments are front-and-center throughout "Lost."

"'Lost' is a song about just that: being lost," Dezen tells us about the track. "At the time, I was trying to maneuver the post-marriage dating world. But I was busted and broken from the dissolution of my marriage. I felt lost, so that's what I sang."

As for the video -- which was directed by Rick Knief -- Dezen says shooting it was nerve-wracking. "I hate having to act in anything," he admits. "It just makes me feel like a hack, and a lot o the video was shot on New York City streets with tons of people walking about. I had to just kind of let go and let it happen. Once I did that, I was okay about it. But getting to that point of being able to stand in the middle of the sidewalk on a Saturday night with a whole film crew shooting me miming along with my guitar to the track too some time."

You can pick up The Damnwells at this location, and make sure to catch them live if you get the chance this spring; check out the band's full tour itinerary here.