Fiona Apple's 'Every Single Night' Video To Premiere Sunday

Singer unveils a teaser for the video — her first in more than six years — ahead of its premiere on the Sundance Channel.

Fiona Apple is making her triumphant return to the world of music videos with "Every Single Night," a brand-new clip set to premiere Sunday (June 10) at 8 p.m. ET on the Sundance Channel.

But before the big debut, Apple is giving her fans a sneak peek at the clip, unveiling a teaser trailer that's just 15 seconds long ... but definitely whets the appetite.

In the clip — directed by Joseph Cahill, a filmmaker who has made a series of eye-popping, whimsical videos for the likes of Raul Paz and Emily Loizeau — we see Apple lying in a field, while an electric-blue sky floats above her, swimming above water and walking through the streets of Paris while a giant squid attacks the Eiffel Tower. So, yeah, it'll definitely be interesting.

"Every Single Night" is, of course, the proper single off Apple's upcoming [article id="1686557"]The Idler Wheel,[/article] her first album in nearly seven years. And the video is the first she's done in more than six years ... her last was the [article id="1522785"]2006 clip for "Not About Love,"[/article] which starred a pre-"Hangover" Zach Galifianakis and his magical dance moves.

The Idler Wheel is in stores June 19, and that same day, Apple will launch a [article id="1682708"]full-scale North American tour[/article] in support of the disc. Her trek kicks off at the State Theatre in Ithaca, New York, and runs until July 29, with a gig at the Hollywood Palladium.