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Small-town Californian artist, bloody white, throws a ‘funeral’ for the past he’s buried: Watch the visual

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the only fucking way that you can move forward, is if you fucking bury your past man

Those words couldn’t have resonated more than they already do. For many people, including myself, growth and moving on has become relevant themes since quarantine has started. I really love gritty, Lo-Fi visuals, so this was really right up my alley. It gave me ‘Spooky Black’ (now known as Corbin) vibes, when him and Yung Lean first started making waves. The sound is extremely original, but the vocal mixing does carry a Lil Peep energy to it (Rest In Peace). “Fake bitch, pussy ain’t free” will definitely be stuck in my head for the next few days. The visuals really bring an atmosphere to the screen. The shot selection ranges from bloody white exploring an abandoned building, to dark zoomed in shots of a cross on a hill as he navigates the area alone. The narrative is definitely fitting for the song, since he claims to have grown tiresome of fake friends and people. I can’t wait to see what he has up his sleeve for the cold upcoming months.

Written by Jeffrey Deon Chambers

Jeffrey Deon Chambers is a 23-year-old photojournalist and visual artist from Queens, New York. Since a young one, he developed a knack for writing and a limitless love for music. His ears know no boundaries. From the enticing vocals of Andrea Bocelli, to the genius production from the fingertips of MF DOOM, Deon constantly finds himself inspired. Aside from music and visuals, Deon is a movie enthusiast and foodie.