With “Cry Alone” and “Runaway” having already been released from Lil Peep‘s upcoming posthumous Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt. 2 album, fans have just been gifted with one more track before the project officially debuts.
Originally written by Peep in 2015, “Life Is Beautiful” has been reworked from frequent collaborators Smokeasac and IIVI. Though the track keeps its original hazy sounds, the updated single adds more synths, cello lines, and trap drums.
Released alongside the track is a music video directed by Mezzy which features Peep’s own clips of his time in Long Beach, New York. Along with the aforementioned, the clip also features animations from Bryson Michael.
Listen to “Life Is Beautiful,” which made its debut as a World Record on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 show, below. Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt. 2 releases this Friday, November 9 and will feature 11-tracks including “Sex with My Ex,” “16 Lines,” “White Girl,” and more.
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— Zane Lowe (@zanelowe) November 7, 2018