Ahead of the release of their newest album, the Eli Young Band have released the music video for their brand-new single, “Never Land.” Readers can press play above to watch.

Directed by Brian Lozzaro, the video for “Never Land” was shot in the band’s home state of Texas.

"It was actually a location that Brian had scouted out for a previous EYB video that didn't get used. We shot right along some train tracks, and we didn't really know if or when a train would come by. It was fun to watch everyone scramble for the shot when one came by,” bass player Jon Jones tells ET. “Brian Lazzaro has become our go-to video director over the years. He always comes to the table with a great vision and makes videos that really stand out.”

“Never Land” will appear on Fingerprints, the follow-up record to the Eli Young Band’s No. 1 album 10,000 Towns. Eight of the songs on the album were co-written by the band, along with some of Nashville’s finest songwriters, including Lori McKenna, Shane McAnally, Erik Dylan, and Ryan Hurd. According to guitarist James Young, the album is a return to the Eli Young Band’s “hard-driving, edgy” roots.

Fingerprints is set for release on June 16.