Steve Gullick
Ray Rahman
April 23, 2013 AT 02:00 PM EDT

British indie rockers the Veils officially release their fourth album Time Stays, We Go today, and to celebrate, EW has an exclusive clip of the band performing album cut “The Pearl” live at London’s iconic Abbey Road Studios.

The new album — which boasts band frontman Finn Andrews (son of Barry Andrews of XTC) and Adam Greenspan (Arcade Fire, Divine Fits) as producers and the generally otherwise-retired producer Bill Price (the Clash, the Jesus and Mary Chain) as mixer — also features lead single “Through the Deep, Dark Wood.”

Check out “The Pearl” in the player below:

You can order Time Stays, We Go on iTunes here, and to catch the Veils live on tour, get a jump on their upcoming American (and Canadian! We haven’t forgotten you, Northern neighbors) tour dates listed below:

4/24: San Francisco, CA @ Independent

4/26: Los Angeles, CA @ Echo – BritWeek Show

4/29: Denver, CO @ Larimer Lounge

5/1: Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry

5/2: Chicago, IL @ Subterranean

5/4: Toronto, ON @ Drake Hotel

5/5: Montreal, QC @ La Sala Rossa

5/6: Boston, MA @ Cafe 939

5/7: New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom

5/9: Philadelphia, PA @ Johnny Brendas

5/10: Washington, DC @ Rock n Roll Hotel

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