Flying Lotus sticks with the morbid theme of his forthcoming fifth album, 'You're Dead,' in the visuals for his Kendrick Lamar-assisted track 'Never Catch Me.'

The Hiro Murai-directed effort explores life after death and takes the fantastical dream state imagery in the producer's 2012 video for “'Until the Quiet Comes”' a step further. A funeral sets the tone for the clip, but sadness soon turns to joy for the young boy and girl in the caskets as their souls jump out and they get their groove on.

While their family mourns in the church, the two kids celebrate the afterlife by kicking up their feet and swinging their arms to the music only they hear. "This that life beyond your own life, this ain't physical for mankind / This that out-of-body experience, no coincidence you been died," Kendrick raps.

After heading outside, they continue the fancy footwork and drive off in a hearse with a smile planted on their faces.

The song appears on 'You're Dead,' arriving Oct. 7. Snoop Dogg also delivers rhymes on a track, ‘Dead Man’s Tetris.’

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