James Bay has released a new music video for his latest single, “Us.” It comes off of his upcoming sophomore album, Electric Light, which will be released on May 18th.

The music video, which you can watch above, is emotionally charged as it shows subjects facing depression and strife, providing a poetic, poignant, and raw video. Intercutting these shots, the camera focuses in on James Bay as he sings alone, sharing that same depressing feeling and is exemplified by his vulnerable vocal delivery.

The video brings to life a feeling of unity, and regarding the song, Bay says that “Touring my music means I’ve been lucky enough to meet people all over the world and witness the phenomenal strength of crowds. Gigs can be the greatest proof that positivity and strength comes from us all sticking together. I wrote this song to explore unity and inclusion. Looking through the lens of my own personal relationships, this song turned out to be a particularly important moment on the album for me.”

James Bay will be touring in support of Electric Light this summer. His touring will kick off on May 27th with some overseas shows, before making his return to North America starting September 13th and running through October 15th.

You can pre-order Electric Light here (which will come with instant downloads of “Us,” Wild Love,” and “Pink Lemonade”) and check out all of Bay’s upcoming tour dates below!

May 27th                      SWANSEA                 Radio 1 Biggest Weekend
May 29th                      London                       The Roundhouse
May 30th                      Manchester                Albert Hall
June 1st                       Sheffield                     O2 Academy
June 2nd                      Bristol                         Colston Hall
June 3rd                       Cambridge                 Corn Exchange
June 5th                       Newcastle                  02 Academy
June 6th                       Leicester                    De Montfort Hall
June 8th                       Paris                          Elysee Montmartre
June 11th                     Amsterdam                Melkweg
June 12th                     Berlin                         Huxleys
June 23rd                     Newcastle                  Isle of Wight Festival
June 27th                     Corke                         The Marquee
June 29th                     Glasgow                     TRNSMT Festival
August 17th                  RIZE Festival             Chelmsford- Hyland Park
September 13th            Atlanta, GA                Coca Cola Roxy Theatre
September 14th            Nashville, TN             Ascend Amphitheater
September 15th            Durham, NC               Durham Performing Arts Center
September 18th            New York, NY            Beacon Theater
September 19th            New York, NY            Beacon Theater
September 20th            Washington, DC        The Anthem
September 25th            Philadelphia, PA        Penn’s Landing – Festival Pier
September 26th            Boston, MA                Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
September 28th            Toronto, ON               Woodbine Park
September 29th            Detroit, MI                  Masonic Temple Theatre
October 1st                   Chicago, IL                 Aragon Ballroom
October 2nd                  Minneapolis, MN        State Theatre
October 5th                   Salt Lake City, UT      Union event Center
October 7th                   Los Angeles, CA        The Greek Theatre
October 11th                 Berkeley, CA              The Greek Theatre
October 13th                 Vancouver, BC           Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre
October 14th                 Seattle, WA                Paramount Theatre
October 15th                 Portland, OR              Rose Garden – Theater of the Clouds