As a young woman dances care-free in one scene, a character in hospital gradually slips away in another, the wool they're made from unravelling in front of a loved-one, who is powerless to stop it.
"I'm on the phone to Tim and he is describing how they came to write this song," Henderson explained. "Some days later this conversation echoes around my mind while I'm listening to Moving On."
"I walk past a typical Scottish woollen knitwear shop. My eyes flit over a ball of wool in the window while the word 'unwinding' is sung. Pretty quickly I'm leaving a garbled, over-excited message on Tim's phone about the music video I have in my head."
Moving On is the first single taken from James' forthcoming album La Petite Mort, which will be released in June, 28 years after the release of the band's 1986 debut album Stutter.
"I feel delighted with what we’ve achieved," said Henderson. "I think we’ve made something kind of special. I feel so honoured to have been able to contribute something, in my own small way, to this magical thing that is James."