Neon, flowers, skin, blue skies, a runaway bride and so.many.crystal.embellishments, the new clip for "Don't Take The Money"  by New York Band Bleachers has it all. 

Directed by Girls' Lena Dunham, whose boyfriend, Jack Antonoff, is also the lead singer of the band, the three and a half minute clip was shot in Antonoff's backyard and glows in a wonderful Lomo-esque hue, echoing the saturated 90s-pop vibes of the band. Oozing in melodramatic theatrics, it also features a cameo from Arrested Development's Alia Shawkat and model twins Guilia and Camilla Venturini. 

Watch: Lena Dunham directs music video for Bleachers

Co-written by Lorde, the track is inspired by Antonoff's five-year relationship with Dunham. "Specifically in 'Don't Take the Money,' I'm [talking] about my relationship," he explained  in an Instagram post. "Verses go through the past, pre is an explosive fight and the chorus is that moment when you hit rock bottom and everything is clear. You know that feeling? When you've tried your best to destroy yourself and someone else but it's too strong to be destroyed? When you've tried to fling you and your partner out of an emotional window but you keep landing in heaven?"

"Don't Take The Money" is off Bleachers' upcoming sophmore album, Gone Now, out June 2.

Watch the clip below:

 

Watch: Lena Dunham directs music video for Bleachers