Towards the beginning of last month, Bones served up his first full-length solo album of 2019, UndertheWillowTree. Made up of 19 tracks, UndertheWillowTree contains one lone guest feature from IceWatch and production from other TeamSESH talents. Now, continuing to support that release, Bones unveils a new music video for the Fleece-produced UndertheWillowTree cut “Titanium.” Notably, the vignette for “Titanium” was put together by “El” — Bones’ brother and longtime manager — and another one of Bones’ close cohorts and go-to visual collaborators, Tyrus Creek; like most of Bones’ past music videos, the “Titanium” clip is a gritty, lo-fi, gloomy affair.
“Twas a dark night, much darker than others / Bones at your door, I bet you hide under covers / F*ck the other side, only ride with my brothers / When the snow on the streets, we be deep in the jungle / We bring the hurt / I’m from the dirt / Still I rise every morning like let me get to work,” Bones spits on “Titanium.” “F*ck what you heard / F*ck who you talkin’ to / I will see you one day, and when I do you’ll be barbecue / Never had shit to prove / You talking like we cool / We ain’t from the same block, I’m from a different school / Could never fear the weak, it’s time to face the king / These boots ain’t made for walking, they’re for breaking teeth.”
You can take a look at Bones’ new music video for “Titanium” above, and revisit his most recent full-length project UndertheWillowTree below.
For more, check out Bones’ 2018 project Living Sucks.
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