At the start of the clip for 'The Answer', the actor discusses how he was struck by lightning in 1974 when he was 17.
Winstone says: "I had this incredible sense of a bright light, a flash and then I woke up about half an hour later 20 feet away from where I was struck by lightning. I was a lucky boy.
"And the lightning, it was what they call a splash hit, it... went down my left arm, down my left leg… if it'd come down the middle then I probably wouldn't be talking to you today… I'd be somewhere else."
He adds: "It was almost like one life ended and a new life started for me. It makes you think how beautiful and how wonderful life is. Thats why every day to me is very special, when I look at my look at my kids or I look in the garden and I see rabbits running around… I like travelling and seeing the world.
"That's what happened to me. When you get leaves that die in the autumn, you get these veins, like a river, like a red river. They almost look like lightning themselves, like the effect of lightning… beautiful. It's beautiful. Absolutely beautiful.
"My life was forever changed. One life had ended and a new life had begun."
The video is directed by John Hillcoat, who has worked with Depeche Mode, Nick Cave and Muse.