Make some time for this! In Flames are delivering one of the more eye-catching videos you'll see this year with their new clip for "Here Until Forever."

This stop-motion animation video is a bit of thinker, as viewers are taken inside an old shack where the seemingly lifeless inhabitants come to life when one of them crashes a porcelain figure, which seemingly sets in motion a surreal adventure. One of the inhabitants in the room is an owl-faced creature who is suddenly freed from his cage, but his investigation reveals that all is not as it seems in this tiny abode.

Filmmaker Luis Tellez directed the video, which serves as a soundtrack to one of In Flames' more melodic and occasionally somber tracks. Follow along on this beautifully shot adventure in the player above.

"Here Until Forever" is featured on In Flames' latest album Battles. The disc is out now and the band is in the midst of a North American tour supporting the album through the month of May. In June, the group will return to Europe for shows. See all of their scheduled dates here.

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