Shot in Tokyo by director Ivan Ogilvie, the promo follows local bikers around the city in an exploration of the country's 'space invaders' custom scooter subculture.
"I really wanted to go out to Tokyo and explore this subculture as it was something I'd heard about through a friend, Dan, at Bathing Ape, and it's yet to be documented much outside of Japan," Ogilvie said.
"'The Feeling' is about being out there doing what you enjoy with your friends, so I wanted to capture real people on these amazing, futuristic bikes cruising Tokyo's neon streets."
He added: "The video follows on from other works I've done looking into graffiti and other youth cultures in the UK.
"It's all about style and I think there's something really genuine and interesting about that.
"There's no financial payoff for these guys, in fact it's very expensive to customise them, but the results are incredible."
DJ Fresh feat. RaVaughn 'The Feeling' is released on September 23.
The album Nextlevelism, DJ Fresh's third studio record, follows on October 1.
DJ Fresh this week announced the autumn/winter leg of his Fresh/Live tour.