Grizzly Bear share bonkers video for 'Mourning Sound,' add second show at Denver's Ogden Theatre

Indie rock favorites Grizzly Bear have shared a bizarre new video for the single “Mourning Sound" off of their upcoming new album Painted Ruins.

Directed by Beatrice Pegard, the video is a “playful, pastel-drenched commentary on women's liberation,” according to a press release. It stars French actor Clémence Poésy, known to “Harry Potter” fans as Fleur Delacour. The less said about the video the better, but we should warn you, it might be a little NSFW depending on your employer. Watch “Mourning Sound” above.

In other Grizzly Bear news, the band has announced a second date at Denver’s Ogden Theatre on Dec. 4. The new show will follow their previously announced performance the day before, Sunday, Dec. 3. Tickets for the show go on sale this Friday, Aug. 18; get yours right here on AXS.com.

The same day the second Ogden show goes on sale, Grizzly Bear will release their highly anticipated fifth album Painted Ruins, the group’s RCA debut and their first album since 2012’s Shields. In addition to “Mourning Sound,” the band has previously shared the songs “Four Cypruses,” “Three Rings” and “Neighbors.”

Grizzly Bear’s tour in support of their new record kicks off on Oct. 5. Click here to check out the band’s full North American tour itinerary and follow the links for tickets to the band’s Dec. 3 and Dec. 4 shows in Denver.