Passion Pit’s new video for “Lifted Up (1985),” the lead single off of their forthcoming Kindred album, shows frontman Michael Angelakos in a sea of people at a crowded club. And, as normally happens at a crowded club, he’s unintentionally and unthinkingly shoved around a lot. The camera mostly follows Angelakos amid flashing lights and occasional glow sticks as he tries to navigate through the mass of bodies, and like a lot of Passion Pit’s work, it hints at euphoria while also touching upon serious issues like anxiety, self-doubt, and mental health. There’s likely a deeper read to be had, but at the very least, the “Lifted Up (1985)” video makes a compelling argument that clubs are just the worst. Watch it above, and look for Kindred on April 21.