Vampire Weekend pose for a group portrait session on the roof of the on the MetLife Building in New York on 29th April 2013. Left to right: Ezra Koenig, Rostam Batmanglij, Chris Tomson, Chris Baio. (Photo by David Corio/Redferns)

Vampire Weekend is set to release their latest album, “Only God Was Above Us,” on April 5th via Columbia Records.

Their fourth single from the album, titled “Mary Boone,” draws inspiration from various musical sources, including a sample from Soul II Soul’s 1989 hit “Back to Life (However Do You Want Me)” and a beat reminiscent of Primitive Radio Gods’ 1996 track “Standing Outside a Broken Phone Booth with Money in My Hand.”

The accompanying visualizer video for “Mary Boone” features rapper Despot driving from New Jersey to Manhattan via the Lincoln Tunnel.

The song’s title refers to Mary Boone, a prominent art collector in New York City who faced time in prison related to tax evasion. The track pays homage to Boone’s influence in the 1980s art scene and seems to tell the story of someone trying to get their foot in the door in the New York art world.