Wild Beasts unveil video for comeback single 'Wanderlust' - watch Wild Beasts Tickets

The track comes from their fourth studio album

Wild Beasts have unveiled the video for 'Wanderlust', the first single to be taken from their new LP.

Click above to watch the NYSU collective directed promo for the lead track from their fourth album. At the end of 2013, the band said the new record would be "more melodic and pop" than before. Speaking to NME, they explained that they chose not to work with regular producer Richard Formby, but instead teamed up with Lexxx (Bjork) and Leo Abrahams (Brian Eno, Jon Hopkins).

"I guess when I was 17 I thought I was Nick Drake. Now I'm 28, I think I'm J Dilla. Neither of those is true, you need to be reined in," said co-frontman Tom Fleming of the role the producers played in the making of the album. Meanwhile, Hayden Thorpe said the band considered ditching the guitars all together before opting against the idea. "We were very aware that it's easy to sound polished with electronics. Our intuition when we get a guitar is to detune it; that's what Lexxx does with electronics. "

Recorded between London and Bath, Wild Beasts will release the follow-up to 2011's 'Smother' in the coming months. Track titles include 'Sweet Spot', 'Daughters' and 'Past Perfect'.

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