By Dana Getz
September 15, 2016 at 08:29 PM EDT
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Radiohead have shared the video for “Present Tense” from May’s A Moon Shaped Pool, their ninth studio album and first in five years.

The five-minute clip departs from the oddball vignettes they’ve released for the record thus far, finding Thom Yorke and Co. in a simple, dim-lit sing-along. It also reunites them with director Paul Thomas Anderson, who helmed the visual for “Daydreaming.”

“Present Tense,” which traces as far back as 2009, joins “Daydreaming” and “Burn the Witch” as one of the only full-length videos to come from A Moon Shaped Pool. The vignette series covered eight of the collection’s 11 songs.

Radiohead are currently nearing the close of their supporting tour for the project, which saw them trek across the globe for their first live shows since 2012. Their remaining dates include a headlining slot at the Austin City Limits Festival and a stop in Mexico City.

Watch the video for “Present Tense” above.

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