Dirty Projectors continue to mark their return to music with a video for new song, "Little Bubble." Singer David Longstreth is at the forefront of the stunning, contemplative tune, as his vocals echo and trip over the ambient production.

A press release describes the video as "exploring the metaphor of Earth itself as a fragile bubble of life in a cold, dead universe." Longstreth is seen deep in his own tiny world, while being backed by outstretched plains, lonely cliffs and a greenhouse.

"Little Bubble" has more warmth than the prior shadowy Dirty Projectors single "Keep Your Name," which was released last September. Both are fresh tastes from the band's forthcoming seventh album that follows 2012's Swing Lo Magellan. Since then, Longstreth helped with production on RihannaKanye West and Paul McCartney's “FourFiveSeconds” and Solange’s A Seat at the Table.

Next up, watch our Bonnaroo 2013 chat where Dirty Projectors' Amber Coffman reveals how she paired up with J. Cole: