Shortly earlier than his passing, Lil Peep picked up and moved from Los Angeles to London. Peep's property demonstrates that journey by the New York native's newest visible for "Runaway," which was launched Thursday morning (Nov. 1). The Smokeasac-produced observe serves because the second single off Peep's anticipated posthumous Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 2 album.
The clip is directed by Peep's mom, Liza Womack, in collaboration with Steve Martens. "For my passionate, hard-working, and gifted son, Gus. And for his alter ego, Lil Peep," she wrote in dedication to her son on the onset of the video. The flick takes viewers on a journey informed by outdated movies and handwritten illustrations from Peep detailing his childhood.
The "Crybaby" artist harps on how his drug use medicates the very fact he continued to keep away from the problems popping up in life. "I run away from my issues/ I do the medication after I need 'em/ I ran away from my momma/ Don't trouble me with no drama/ Now I'm on the lookout for a ghost lady/ I ain't by no means gonna discover her," he candidly raps.
According to The New York Times, a documentary surrounding Lil Peep's life is on the way in which. The movie will even reportedly be govt produced by Terrence Malick, who's a detailed pal of the Womack household. Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 2 is about to launch subsequent Friday (Nov. 9). Thursday (Nov. 1) would have marked Peep's 22nd birthday.
Watch the "Runaway" video beneath.