Bones Drops Video for "RestInPeace"

TeamSESH never sleep.

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A couple weeks after dropping his last project Useless, Bones comes through with a video for one of the project’s standouts. Following the release of the clip for his Chris Travis collaboration “We Up,” Bones gives the equally-hard-hitting Useless opener “RestInPeace” a visual. It features Bones and his TeamSESH cohorts, and is presented through the lens of the gritty, raw aesthetic the California-based crew have perfected in recent years. You can watch the video for “RestInPeace” above.

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