The track will be released this Friday (March 11), and marks the Doncaster alt-rockers first single since last year's Fleabag.
In an Instagram reel, Yungblud shared behind-the-scenes footage of the making of the video, which reveals the musician laughing and posing with Sharon and Ozzy, in-between shots of general goofing around while sporting crucifixes, ghoulish facial expressions and sitting in a coffin.
Although daughter Kelly does not appear within the video, she is tagged in the post's caption, which reads: "Bringin some mates to my funeral…"
Whether Ozzy actually has a vocal part on the track is unclear, but either way, we're ready and waiting.
On March 5, Yungblud shared an image of a handwritten message to promote the track. “To whom this may concern,” it stated. “For those I let down I’m sorry, for those who let me down, fuck you but I forgive you. You are cordially and graciously invited to my funeral.”
Check out the footage below: