The video for Kodaline's newest single Love Will Set You Free has finally dropped, and the Swords lads have come a long way.
Not only was the song itself co-written by Snow Patrol's Johnny McDaid, but the video was the mastermind of his partner, actress Courteney Cox.
"When Johnny first played me Love Will Set You Free, I was blown away. The song is incredibly beautiful," Courteney tells PEOPLE magazine. "After hanging out with the guys and getting to know their personalities, I knew I wanted to direct this video and really showcase who they are as individuals and as musicians."
The video was shot on the grounds of Courtney's Malibu home, and also features a few cameos from Johnny.
Stealing the show though, is Court's 11-year-old daughter Coco, who welcomes the lads to the house dressed in a fetching cow print onesie:
And just LOOK at the inside of Courteney's gaff:
Irish fans might spot some other familiar faces, among them former Two Tube presenter Diana Bunici, who is dating Kodaline's frontman Steve Garrigan.
"Basically it was just us hangin' out," Steve tells the magazine. "We flew over some of our friends from Dublin and had a few beers and hung out and were messin' about."
And anyone who attended Ed Sheeran's recent Croke Park gig will recognise Etaoin Corr, who was proposed to on stage by her long-term boyfriend, Kodaline bassist Jason Boland.
Kodaline first sparked rumours of a collaboration with Courteney and Johnny earlier this year when they were pictured hanging out with the couple in LA.
"When we first went up [to the house], we were quite nervous because she's Courteney Cox: We're Friends fans. We have the box sets at home, you know?" Steve admits.
"But Courteney's an incredible person. You go there, and she just makes everybody feel at home. There's no airs or graces about her. She's just a nice person."
The video was shot back in May, and though it's currently available to view exclusively on PEOPLE's website, it should get its official launch later this week.