The music video begins with a security guard at a museum (played by BNL's keyboardist Kevin Hearn's cousin Harland Williams) who is bored watching the camera monitors decides to change the channel to a TV station. The only channel to pop up shows the band playing the song, despite efforts by the guard to return the monitors to normal. Enraged the guard takes the camera monitor and tosses it into the garbage bin. As the guard returns to his desk the song has just ended, in the background the band can be seen leaving with several pieces of stolen artwork from the museum along with taking the monitor he just tossed, revealing that the video was used to distract the guard.
Rolling Stone magazine said that the single "strives to translate the emotional rush of falling in love into a swirling, shimmering wall of sound—with a nice detour for the earthbound observation, 'anyone perfect must be lying.'" Billboard said the song was "shimmering."