Bush have released a video for their latest single, "Lost in You," which comes from their album Black and White Rainbows, which came out this past March. The clip, which can be viewed above, has frontman Gavin Rossdale going through extreme ups and downs with a woman. The gamut runs from them sharing a passionate embrace and a bed together to her slapping him across the face and packing her suitcase to leave.

"'Lost in You' is a song about the cycle of love and the danger of patterns, and how true love is to lose yourself in someone," says Gavin Rossdale in a statement. "The video chronicles a relationship that is beautiful and wide, until the cracks appear. And the question is...how strong is the love and do we make it back?"

The video ends with a despondent Rossdale pressing his hands against the glass window to a house. Yet despite the emotional devastation represented, Rossdale told us earlier this year that Black and White Rainbows is hardly a break-up record.

"It’s really about the chrysalis stage of a butterfly," he said. "It’s about starting fresh. It’s about the dark before the light. It’s a really transitional record. I made sure it’s by no means a breakup record. It’s really about the possibility of life and what’s happening there. It’s very exciting. It’s about all the positive sides of life when you’ve had everything sort of going backwards when the buildings falling down and you have the flat level of land and you build your house and your world and your life and your family back up. That’s what I’ve done that’s what I’m doing every day."

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