This music video is so topsy-turvy, you may not be able to keep down your Zabar’s.

Vampire Weekend released the split-screen promo for its new single “Sunflower” Wednesday — and it stars a slate of NYC celebrities as well as legendary Upper West Side venues.

The dizzying clip, directed by actor-filmmaker Jonah Hill, features rotating scenes at Broadway’s beloved Zabar’s and Amsterdam Avenue’s Barney Greengrass a few blocks north.

At the latter of the Jewish delis is comedy legend Jerry Seinfeld, who at the end of the video talks to the counter men while Vampire bandmates Ezra Koenig and Steve Lacy stand reading newspapers in the background.

“That’s good, I love it,” Seinfeld says in response to a joke pitch about lox on a bagel.

Rap veteran Fab 5 Freddy also makes a brief appearance in the 2-minute, 25-second video.

“Sunflower” is the most recent release off of Vampire Weekend’s upcoming “Father of the Bride” album, out May 3, with a tour to follow.