LV signalled their fourth album 'Ancient Mechanisms' earlier this year, pitting the London production team against Armenian jazz / folk pianist Tigran Hamasyan.
Sparked by a 2012 live session, the material took two and a half years and a trip to Belgium to complete.
Due for release on October 9th, LV have now placed a new video online to expand on the themes within 'Ancient Mechanisms'.
The sculpture in the video, inspired by LV and Tigran's music, is called Carillon, like the track from the album - it was composed by discarded piano keys found between London and Brighton.
Directed by Fabrice Bourgelle, you can watch it below.