The Last Vegas are getting ready to unleash their new album 'Bad Decisions' on Aug. 28, and Loudwire has the exclusive premiere of the music video for the disc's first single 'Evil Eyes.'

With the 'Evil Eyes' video, the Chicago-based act deliver a voyeuristic clip that's equal parts sexy, creepy and funny. The song itself is an energetic romp with retro guitar riffs and wide-ranging vocals by frontman Chad Cherry.

Guitarist Adam Arling tells Loudwire,"The ‘Evil Eyes’ video was filmed in various locations around our hometown of Chicago … on our rooftop, in downtown back alleys and fire escapes. We live in West Loop, and the producers didn't want to leave the neighborhood once they saw the eye-candy there. We were murdered in our last video by the hand of Sybil Danning, so remaining alive in this video was pretty cool."

Of the song's theme, singer Chad Cherry adds, "We wanted to write a tune that people would want to rock out to, feel sexy and dance to ... but in reality, the song's message is creepy as hell. It's about stalking people, watching them in their private and personal environment behind closed doors doing things they wouldn't do in front of people...but someone is in the shadows watching all. Maybe that is actually sexy, voyeurism and obsession."

The Last Vegas' upcoming album, 'Bad Decisions' can be pre-ordered at The band has a handful of tour dates remaining in July. Check out their itinerary here and watch the premiere of the 'Evil Eyes' video below:

Watch The Last Vegas' 'Evil Eyes' Video [Premiere]