On the heels of Lil Peep's property teasing the posthumous launch of his anticipated Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 2 album, Peep's group set the undertaking's rollout in movement by sharing the uncooked "Cry Alone" video on Thursday (Oct. 16). Coinciding with the uncut visible, Peep's mom, Liza Womack, unveiled on his Instagram that the sequel to his 2017 undertaking would drop on Nov. 9.
The Max Beck-directed clip ended up coming collectively out of nowhere again in May 2017, after he met up with the "Benz Truck" artist following certainly one of his exhibits in San Francisco. "It was round 1 a.m. once I noticed Peep on Twitter asking if somebody may convey him McDonald's in Berkeley," Beck relayed to Complex. "Ever since I met him, we talked about taking pictures varied movies, however nothing ever got here into fruition, so I prompt we shoot a music video that night time."
Womack took to her son's Instagram account to interrupt the information of Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 2's upcoming launch date, which is slated to reach Nov. 9. "Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 2 will likely be launched November 9. It's simply what all of us would have anticipated from Gus. Thanks to Smokeasac for pouring his coronary heart and soul into it for all of those months," she wrote. "Gus’ artwork is a vital a part of the album packaging -- it's a pleasure to see a spread of Gus's colourful, witty drawings within the vinyl and different bodily variations."
COWYS Pt. 2 options two sides full of 11 tracks in complete, together with "Cry Alone." The album is now obtainable for pre-order.
Watch the "Cry Alone" video, and make sure to take a look at Peep's mom's announcement alongside the album's observe checklist, beneath.