Yeah Yeah Yeahs premiere 'Mosquito' video - watch

The track comes from the band's new album of the same name

Yeah Yeah Yeahs have unveiled the video for their new track, 'Mosquito'.

Click above to watch the promo, which was directed by B. Shimbe Shim. It features a mosquito sucking the blood of its victim before flashing a range of neon colours. The song comes from the album of the same name, which was released last month.

Last weekend Yeah Yeah Yeahs played their first London show of 2013, headlining the ATP event I'll Be Your Mirror at Alexandra Palace on May 4. Yeah Yeah Yeahs performed for just over an hour with a set featuring songs from all four of their studio albums, including new effort 'Mosquito'. The set opened with 'Sacrilege', minus the gospel choir with new tracks 'Subway', 'Despair' and 'Under The Earth' also featuring.

Dressed in a glittery trouser suit, frontwoman Karen O departed the stage before 'Zero' to get her trademark custom leather jacket. Upon returning, a huge inflatable eyeball was pushed out onto the stage as she shot glitter canons into the air and sprayed water from her mouth during 'Y Control' and 'Gold Lion'. The set ended as usual with Yeah Yeah Yeahs performing 'Maps' and an elongated version of first album track 'Date With The Night'.


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