Indie masters Death Cab for Cutie join up with sensationalized artist Shepard Fairey for an ode to street art in the video “Home Is a Fire,” their second single off upcoming album Codes and Keys.

Well-established and world-renowned artist Shepard Fairey gained mainstream notoriety after his Hope poster became an iconic image of Obama during the 2008 election. Death Cab for Cutie bassist Nick Harmer knew just the person to help create a video depicting space within life and sent Fairey the band’s “Home is a Fire” lyrics for interpretation. The resulting footage is a compilation of street art in action from start to finish, using the lyrics in street art within a real-life Los Angeles settings to paint the words of the song.

Death Cab for Cutie’s seventh album, Codes and Keys, is scheduled for release on May 31.