Today sees the release of Every Time I Die's eighth album, Low Teens. (Stream it here!) It comes with a bucketful of talking points, but one of the most surprising is that it's got Panic! at the Disco frontman Brendon Urie. That track, "It Remembers," now has its own surreal, spooky video.

Watch above to see an odd interaction in a desert involving a hypodermic needle and a guy dressed like the Invisible Man; a strange, doomed structure; and a neon-lit party that looks like it's running on no shortage of acid.

In a revealing in-depth discussion with Fuse, Every Time I Die frontman Keith Buckley said he knew the Urie collaboration would turn heads, but that it came together organically:

"But Brendon and I are really good friends, he's a huge fan and I'm a huge fan. I wanted one of those what-the-fuck moments that nobody ever would've really put together. That song reminded me of a short film, a noir film, and Brendon's style and talent is so unique and sort of classical that it seemed perfect for me. It was very friend-to-friend, I texted him and asked him. He sent the song back in a day."

Next, watch the band explain why they feel too old for Warped Tour, which they were part of...all summer: