Cilver have been rocking radio in recent weeks with their anthem "I'm America," and now there's a video to go along with the song. The band is teaming up with Loudwire to exclusively premiere the clip in the player above.

The Patrick Kendall-directed video centers on a young girl who enters an abandoned arcade, making her way back to a machine that shows old time movies. As she plays the video, we see some of America's greatest feats and tragedies play out, serving as a sort of history lesson while the Cilver song serves as the soundtrack.

"'I’m America' is the anthem for unification," says vocalist Uliana Preotu. "It is an anthem for everyone and about everything that America is with the good and the bad. While the song is inspired from my personal story, it is the story of everyone who lives in and loves this country. It’s a song that sheds light about people's journey to America, living in America, all the sacrifices everyone makes, and in the end just how great this country is. It’s a beautiful place, you can drink the water!"

The track is featured on the band's upcoming album, Not the End of the World, which is due April 29 via eOne. If you like what you hear, the disc is available to pre-order at this location.

Cilver will join Sixx: A.M. for tour dates in May, with additional shows booked over the coming months. Check out their full tour schedule here.