We recently brought you plenty of exclusive green screen shots from Blessthefall's 'Hollow Bodies' video shoot. Now you can see how that all paid off in the final video, which just arrived online today.

The clip is a performance-based piece, but that's underselling the visuals somewhat, as director Daniel Davison uses several camera tricks to provide interesting and eye-catching images. At various points during the clip, the band members appear suspended in action, either caught in a jump or in a heavy rocking moment as the camera shows you the view from different angles.

In addition, each of the band members took turns jumping off a platform to the ground below, but it looks extra interesting in the video as the backdrop is a dilapidated darkened house and the musicians are suspended in air as they prepare for impact.

'Hollow Bodies' comes off the band's album of the same name, and fans can look for the song finding its way into sets during the band's upcoming 'Hollow Bodies' Tour. The trek launches April 8 in El Paso, Texas. To see all the dates on the trek, click the button below.