The trio also recently stopped by at the Grammy Museum for an in-depth Q&A moderated by Scott Goldman.
The brothers pay homage to Duran Duran's classic ‘Rio’ music video and Elton John's ‘I'm Still Standing’ as they hit the beach in the new clip.
The video for the song - taken from Blake's 'Assume Form' album - was directed by Diana Kunst and Mau Morgo.
The new film features a cameo from dancer Mike Alancourt, whose video of himself dancing to the track on Instagram recently went viral.
The fast-rising Tyneside singer-songwriter also recently won the BRIT Awards Critics Choice award for 2019.
Released on 8 February through Republic Records, the album is Grande’s fourth US chart-topper.
The new video was directed by Hannah Lux Davies and is littered with familiar faces.
The new video was directed by Arctic Monkeys and Kendrick Lamar collaborator Nabil.
The new track follows up the band's recently-released songs, ‘Roses and Sacrifice’ and ‘Trouble Letting Go'.
Grande first unveiled '7 Rings' last month along with a wild music video directed by Hannah Lux Davis.
The singer’s new track ‘7 Rings’ was streamed 16. 9million times, beating the previous record holder, Mariah Carey.
The star has already confirmed that her new album it set to drop in February.
Totalling almost 15 million, '7 Rings' play count beats the previous record holder, Mariah Carey's 'All I Want For Christmas Is You'.
‘Lost In The Fire’ is also likely to appear on Gessafelstein's upcoming album 'Hyperion'.
The new record is available from 18 January via Republic Records.
The new track arrives hot on the heels of ‘Sunflower’: the star's collaboration with Rae Sreummurd’s Swae Lee from the soundtrack to 'Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse.'