Watch No Joy and Arch Enemy's Alissa White-Gluz Hang Out with a Duck in "Dream Rats" Video

The song appears on No Joy's forthcoming album 'Motherhood'
Watch No Joy and Arch Enemy's Alissa White-Gluz Hang Out with a Duck in 'Dream Rats' Video
Montreal noise-pop outfit No Joy have shared a brand new visual project, which features frontwoman Jasamine White-Gluz's sister, Arch Enemy's Alissa White-Gluz, and local celebrity duck Success.

The Beatrice Scharf-Pierzchala-directed video arrives ahead of the release of No Joy's first studio album in five years, Motherhood. Their latest track marks Jasamine's first time collaborating with her musician sister.

"When we were kids we would sing and play music together but as we've both become adults and touring musicians we've never had a chance to work together," she said in a statement. "This is the heaviest song on this record so it felt fitting to have her on there. There is something special about her being on this album, specifically because it's an exploration of family and motherhood."

In addition to their new single, No Joy have announced plans for a livestream release party including a full band via Baby TV tomorrow (August 21) at 8 p.m. ET. Details on the event can be found at Baby TV's event page

Motherhood — out tomorrow through Hand Drawn Dracula/Joyful Noise — follows the release of No Joy's 2015 album More Faithful. Previously, they released videos for "Four," "Birthmark" and "Nothing Will Hurt" from the record.

Watch the video below, where you can also find more information about the band's upcoming performance.