Evanescence have enjoyed this past year, reimagining their music for the Synthesis album and giving it a more orchestral, electronic and string-based arrangement. One of the key tracks from the album, "Hi-Lo," finds the group collaborating with tourmate Lindsey Stirling, and there's now a video for the song featuring both the band and the violinist.

The clip is primarily a live performance piece, with the footage given a unique visual look by director P.R. Brown. Stirling also appears in the clip, although separately in a white studio as she floats around the room playing her instrument.

As stated, Evanescence and Stirling will be touring together this summer, which will likely give the two acts a chance to recreate "Hi-Lo" onstage during performances. The tour starts July 6 at Kansas City's Starlight Theatre and continues through Sept. 8 in Ridgefield, Wash. See all of the scheduled tour dates here.

The Synthesis album debuted at No. 8 late in 2017. In addition to "Hi-Lo," the band issued their revised version of "Bring Me to Life" as well as "Imperfection" and "Lacrymosa."

See Amy Lee + Other Supreme Rock Goddesses

10 Best Evanescence Songs

More From Loudwire