Update: The band has debuted a video for the track, which can be seen below. It was directed by Anna Ginsburg.

Ahead of the band's forthcoming new album, So Long, See You Tomorrow, Bombay Bicycle Club has released another track off the set.

Following last November's "Carry Me," the new cut titled "Luna" is likewise playful and upbeat.

The upcoming 10-track set was written by frontman Jack Steadman, who wrote the record while traveling through India, Turkey, Europe and Tokyo, allowing the various cultures to influence the album dramatically.

Steadman previously explained that the album tells a story from start to finish, explaining that he thinks "there is a romantic side to it, although I always try to leave the meaning side of a song and theme wide open."

So Long, See You Tomorrow arrives Feb. 4 on Island Records.

Listen to "Luna" below.