Lil Peep's Posthumous "Cry Alone" Video Arrives With Album Announcement

Berkeley, CA – It’s been roughly 11 months since Lil Peep died from a drug overdose. On Thursday (October 18), his mom Liza Womack introduced plans for Peep’s posthumous launch, Come Over When You’re Sober Pt. 2. 

A video for “Cry Alone” got here together with it.

Shot in Could 2017, the visible options lo-fi footage Peep strolling round Berkeley, California whereas singing about doing traces blow and his need to burn his highschool down.

“Inform the wealthy youngsters, have a look at me now,” he sings.

Director Max Beck stated the video got here collectively following Peep’s request for McDonald’s.

“It was round 1AM after I noticed Peep on Twitter asking if somebody might convey him McDonalds in Berkeley,” Beck shared in an announcement on YouTube. “I texted him asking what he was doing on the town — I used to be residing within the Bay Space on the time — and he informed me he’d simply completed his present in SF, however that I ought to come to his resort and possibly take some images if I used to be down.”

Beck continued, “He stated it was good timing trigger he’d simply recorded a bunch new music and that we’d choose a tune after I received there. After listening to some totally different songs and discussing concepts we selected ‘Cry Alone.’ ‘It simply feels proper,’ he stated. ‘It’s the one tune that matches the power the night time.’”

Come Over When You’re Sober Pt. 2 is scheduled to reach on November 9.