Kanye West & Bon Iver Star in Francis and the Lights' 'Friends' Video

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A scene from the video for "Friends" by Francis and the Lights feat. Bon Iver and Kanye West.

Francis and the Lights recruited their buddies Bon Iver and Kanye West for their just-released "Friends" video.

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The New York City-based band, led by Francis Farewell Starlite, delivers a crisp visual that features 'Ye pensively bopping along to Francis' soothing vocals before panning to Francis, who does a solo dance number and is eventually joined by Bon Iver's Justin Vernon for a two-person routine. 

Collaborator Chance The Rapper -- who worked with Francis and the Lights on his Coloring Book gem "Summer Friends" and 'Ye on "All We Got" as well as West's "Ultralight Beam" -- even showered the video with praise.

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"#friendsvideo is literally looking at all my influences at once. Thank you @andthelights for being so inspiring," he tweeted.

"Friends" also features a star-studded talent pool as ex-Vampire Weekend member Rostam Batmanglij, BJ Burton, and the Lights' Aaron Lammer co-wrote and produced the track with additional production assists from Ariel Rechtshaid, Cashmere Cat, and Benny Blanco, per The Fader.

Hang with "Friends" below.