Klaxons unveil intergalactic 'Show Me A Miracle' video - watch

The band release their third album 'Love Frequency' on June 16

Klaxons have released the video for their new single, 'Show Me A Miracle'.

Click above to watch the outlandish, intergalactic promo, which features aliens, spaceships and flying saucers. 'Show Me A Miracle' is the fourth song to be shared from the band's third album 'Love Frequency', following previously released tracks 'There is No Other Time', 'Children Of The Sun' and 'Atom To Atom'.

The 11-track record – the band's third – will be released via Akashic Rekords/Sony Red on June 16. It was recorded over a period of three years with producers including LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy, Tom Rowlands of the Chemical Brothers, DJ/producer Erol Alkan and electro duo Gorgon City.

Speaking about the album, singer and bassist Jamie Reynolds said: "We have arrived. On the first two albums, we were taking off and this one is us flying. We are there."

Talking to NME earlier this year, Reynolds described the sound of the album as "classy and euphoric", saying: "It covers leftfield electronica and pop. It's where we always said we were gonna place ourselves – it just took us a while to learn how to get there."

The 'Love Frequency' tracklisting is as follows:

'A New Reality'
'There Is No Other Time'
'Show Me A Miracle'
'Out Of The Dark'
'Children Of The Sun'
'Invisible Forces'
'Rhythm Of Life'
'Liquid Light'
'The Dreamers'
'Atom To Atom'
'Love Frequency'



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