The track features on Amanda Warner's debut album Feed Me Diamonds, which is released on Pod via Inertia on September 28.
Fans have to log in to the MNDR website via Facebook to access a personalised interactive music video experience.
"Pop music is a platform to say something," said Warner of her upcoming album. "You don't have to only talk about parties."
Feed Me Diamonds is produced by Peter Wade and mixed by Tony Maserati.
As well as 'UBCL', it features the tribute to Patty Hearst '#1 In Heaven', title track 'Feed Me Diamonds' and other songs 'Sparrow Voices' and 'Faster Horses'.
MNDR featured on Mark Ronson's 'Bang Bang Bang', the first single from Mark Ronson & The Business Intl's album Record Collection.
She later toured Australia with Ronson for the Future Music Festival 2011.
Watch the MNDR '#1 In Heaven' music video below: