Mike Shinoda has launched a colourful stop-motion video for his single "Make It Up As I Go" that includes Ok.Flay immediately (Sept. 21).
The video contains collages and layers of coloration, and photos of the Linkin Park co-founder and Ok.Flay. The tune's message of going through adversity is portrayed by way of the video's storyline of a tumultuous romance seen in black-and-white.
The monitor seems on Shinoda's latest solo album Post Traumatic, which comes after the suicide of Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington. Shinoda's grief takes an animated type on Post Traumatic that touches on topics resembling his despair, worry and supreme choice to start a brand new life. "I do know the trail forward's uneven, however whereas I'm respiratory I’ve to make my very own lane," are a number of the lyrics from "Make It Up As I Go" that trace on the rapper's progress and eventual rebirth.
Watch the complete video for "Make It Up As I Go" under.