Directed by Phillip Youmans, the clip illustrates an idyllic image of youth, stitching together clips of skateboarding in the sun and dancing to music.
The band have postponed the release to 7 August to help keep focus on the Black Lives Matter movement.
The trio are celebrating their anticipated release today with a live-streamed performance from Canter’s Deli.
The trio will also host a Q&A with co-producers of their upcoming new album.
Weller's hotly-anticipated new record, 'On Sunset' is set for release through Polydor Records on 3 July.
The dates are in support of Weller's new album, 'On Sunset', which is now set for release on 3 July.
“I've spoken about it in my music but I wanted to declare in words that I'm so proud to be Black”.
Taking place over the weekend of June 18-20, the festival had already announced the likes of Tim Burgess, Arlo Parks, Georgia and Squid.
‘There is a serious lack of women of colour occupying these roles and we would love to have that change.’
Produced by Finneas, ‘I Can See The Change’ is a song "about finding hope in the wake of adversity and realising that a brighter future lies ahead."
The new set is the follow-up to 2018's 'A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships', which hit No. 4 on the Billboard 200
The band's hotly-anticipated new album, 'Notes On A Conditional Form', is out this Friday, 22 May.
The new song will also feature on the band's hotly-anticipated 'Notes On A Conditional Form' album, set for release on 22 May.
“The greenest show Finsbury Park has ever seen” will now take place on 10 July next year.
The new track also features on Weller's upcoming album, 'On Sunset', set for release through Polydor on 19 June.
The band revealed on social media that the listening party will take place on Friday, 8 May, at 7pm GMT.