The Australian rockers unveiled "Lost in Yesterday" earlier this January, ahead of the release of their fourth studio album "The Slow Rush."
Tame Impala has now dropped the '70s-inspired video for "Lost in Yesterday," which was helmed by directing duo Terri Timely.
The retro visual finds Kevin Parker and his bandmates performing at various wedding receptions, with the Tame Impala frontman reflecting on the passage of time as he sings "Now even though that was a time I hated from day one/ Eventually, terrible memories turn into great ones."
"Lost in Yesterday" is the first cut off the much-anticipated "The Slow Rush" to receive an accompanying music video, although it follows the previously issued "Borderline," "It Might Be Time" and "Posthumous Forgiveness."
"The Slow Rush," which will follow Tame Impala's 2015 "Currents," was recorded between Los Angeles and Parker's studio in his hometown of Fremantle, Australia.
In a recent sit-down with The New York Times, Parker opened up about the inspiration behind the forthcoming album.
"A lot of the songs carry this idea of time passing, of seeing your life flash before your eyes, being able to see clearly your life from this point onwards. I'm being swept by this notion of time passing. There's something really intoxicating about it," he explained.
This spring, Tame Impala will embark on a North American arena tour in support of their latest opus, with Perfume Genius, Clairo and MGMT opening on select dates.
The tour kicks off on March 9 at San Diego's Pechanga Arena, with a stop scheduled in New York on June 5 to perform during this year's Governors Ball.
In the meantime, discover the video for Tame Impala's latest single, "Lost in Yesterday":