“No Love Like Yours” is the latest video from Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros before the April 15 release of their fourth studio album, PersonA. The video, shot entirely on an iPhone 6s in New Orleans, is the directorial debut of Vinyl actress Olivia Wilde, who is a longtime friend of lead singer Alex Ebert and manager Bryan Ling.
“When I pitched Alex [Ebert] my idea, weirdly and serendipitously, it matched with what he was trying to say with the album,” Wilde said in an interview with Rolling Stone. “I heard a little bit of ‘No Love Like Yours’ and I thought, ‘What is this? This is the one!'”
Without discussing their visions beforehand, Wilde and Ebert coincidentally had similar artistic ideas for “No Love Like Yours,” both of which involved a sense of rebirth and, as Wilde described it, stumbling upon your own funeral — which is exactly what the video became.
The band held the premiere for the six-minute video on Wednesday at a pop-up in a Los Angeles gallery. Watch the full video, Wilde’s directorial debut, below: