Dana Getz
June 22, 2016 AT 04:46 PM EDT

Twenty One Pilots venture behind bars in the new video for their entry from the Suicide Squad soundtrack, “Heathens.”

The visual, released Tuesday, finds the rock duo confined to a high-security prison. Seemingly haunted by drummer Josh Dun, singer Tyler Joseph wanders through a maze of unsavory characters for a final, jail-wide performance. Suicide Squad movie clips flash throughout.

The video takes direct inspiration from the upcoming DC Comics film, which hinges around a band of formerly locked up supervillians tapped by a secret government agency to execute dangerous black ops missions in an attempt to save the world. Its official soundtrack, Suicide Squad: The Album, features the likes of Skrillex, Eminem, Lil Wayne, and Panic! At the Disco.

Suicide Squad ‘s all-star cast includes Will Smith, Jared Leto, and Margot Robbie. The movie hits theaters Aug. 5.

Watch the video for “Heathens” below.

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