The continuation of the storyline from the earlier "Jumpsuit" and "Nico and the Niners" video unfolds to the song's syncopated drums and keyboard washes as Joseph raps, "Oh I know to levitate up off my feet/And ever since the seventh grade I learned to fire-breathe/And though I feed on things that fell/You can learn to levitate with just a little help." The lyrics to the lush clip -- directed again by frequent collaborator Andrew Donoho -- reference the ravenous vultures that loom around the Banditos' camp.
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As the rapid-fire rhymes come to a close and the beat rides out on its own, Joseph is snatched from the camp by an unseen figure dressed in red, while a man sitting around the bonfire mouths the words "welcome to trench." According to a tweet from the band, "Levitate" is the final chapter of the three-party story that began with the previous clips.