The trio also recently stopped by at the Grammy Museum for an in-depth Q&A moderated by Scott Goldman.
The new clip was directed by David Dobkin, who also helmed the band’s ‘Sugar’ and ‘Girls Like You’ videos.
The former Police frontman's 'My Songs' World Tour resumes this month in Asia followed by additional performances in Europe and the US.
The much-acclaimed musician also discussed the writing and inspiration behind his recent album, 'Assume Form'.
The bill features special guests including Warren G, Tha Dogg Pound, Versatile, Obie Trice & D12.
Shania Twain has been talking about some of the tracks on Now, the long-awaited first album by the pop-country superstar in 15 years.
The country king's third studio album debuted atop both the US pop and country charts on 28 September 1991.
The album debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 on its initial release and remains Nirvana's most successful posthumous release.
This first festive offering shows that the four-time Grammy Award-winning blues man is just as adept addressing R&B and Americana-styled roots music.
The LA-based pop superstars teased the new song's imminent arrival on social media earlier this week.
The new clip was shot at the Los Angeles County Arboretum and directed by Andrew Donoho of twenty one pilots and Khalid fame.
The cryptic image posted on social media hints at the release of a new song on 20 September.
The star's signature hit, the Grammy-nominated song has been certified five times platinum in the US.
The band's new album, 'III' explores addiction issues over three generations of a working-class family in the American Northeast.
The soundtrack to 'A Million Little Pieces' also includes the likes of R.E.M., Tom Waits, Loretta Lynn, Otis Redding, Mazzy Star and The Velvet Underground.