Pay close attention! Northlane are unleashing their new video for 'Dream Awake' exclusively here at Loudwire and this eye-catching clip will definitely stick with you (watch above).

'Dream Awake' appears on the hard-rocking Australian metalcore outfit's second full-length album, 'Singularity,' and the song features in-your-face vocals by Adrian Fitipaldes and crushing riffs and beats from Jon Deiley, Josh Smith, Alex Milovic and Nic Pettersen. As for the clip, it's a visual stunner with lots of quick hitting kaleidoscopic imagery and jarring camera work of both the band and nature that will keep you on your toes.

Fitipaldes spoke to Loudwire exclusively about the 'Dream Awake' video, explaining, "Everyone experiences or observes polarity in his or her life. Day, night. Happiness, despair. Good, evil. Right, wrong. Above, below. Life and death. To dream awake is to experience life in a state of mind where polarity no longer exists and all things are connected by the felt presence of the present moment. We are all a part of the one pattern of nature, and this music video attempts to convey that by showing the comparisons between the human macroscopic world, the microscopic world and the beauty found in the chaotic patterns of nature."

The 'Singularity' album has already done quite well in the band's native Australia, where it debuted at No. 3 on the Australia ARIA Albums Chart back in March. If you like what you hear from 'Dream Awake,' the 'Singularity' disc is available via iTunes. The group will kick off a North American tour in November, sharing stages with Veil of Maya, Structures, Vildhjarta, and Here Comes the Kraken. Dates are listed below.

Northlane with Veil of Maya / Structures / Vildhjarta / Here Comes the Kraken

11/8 -- Minneapolis, Minn. -- Skyway Theater
11/9 -- Milwaukee, Wis. -- Eagles Ballroom
11/10 -- Cleveland, Ohio -- Wolstein Center
11/11 -- Indianapolis, Ind. -- Emerson Theater
11/13 -- Tupelo, Miss. -- Goodtime Charlie's
11/14 -- Pensacola, Fla. -- American Legion
11/15 -- Houston, Texas -- Walters
11/16 -- Ft. Worth, Texas -- Tomcats
11/17 -- Austin, Texas -- Red 7
11/18 -- El Paso, Texas -- Epic
11/19 -- Phoenix, Ariz. -- Joe's Grotto
11/20 -- San Diego, Calif. -- SOMA
11/21 -- Santa Cruz, Calif. -- The Catalyst
11/22 -- Sacramento, Calif. -- Boardwalk
11/23 -- Anaheim, Calif. -- Chain Reaction
11/25 -- Albuquerque, N.M. -- Blackwater Music
11/27 -- St. Louis, MO @ FUBAR
12/01 -- Orlando, FL @ The Social
12/02 -- Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade (also w/ Protest The Hero)
12/03 -- Columbus, SC @ New Brookland Tavern
12/04 -- Raleigh, NC @ Southland Ballroom
12/05 -- Springfield, VA @ Empire
12/06 -- Allentown, PA @ Croc Rock
12/07 -- New York City, NY @ Gramercy
12/08 -- Danbury, CT @ The Heirloom Arts Theatre
12/09 -- Albany, NY @ Bogies
12/10 -- Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
12/11 -- Montreal, QC @ La Tulipe
12/12 -- Toronto, ON @ Annex Wreckroom
12/13 -- Detroit, MI @ The Shelter
12/14 -- Chicago, IL @ Reggies