Yung Lean has teamed back up with longtime collaborator Bladee for his new “Opium Dreams” music video, shot in the middle of the ongoing coronavirus quarantine in a secure wooded location and outside of a secluded manor. The single comes after Lean’s poised and hypnotic Starz full-length, and was not included in the original 16-track runtime.
Yung Lean made waves after his album launched thanks to the announcement that he was donating all streaming royalties and merch profits to Black Lives Matter and Bailout Funds for the foreseeable future. He also rolled the project out with a candid Starz Journal zine shot by artist and photographer Viktor Naumovski.
With “Opium Dreams,” Lean and Bladee continue that dream-like ephemera, singing about the purgatory of being stuck in the same place. Trippy visuals follow. The track was premiered late yesterday and comes after the more polished “Outta My Head” music video from his latest album.
Watch the full visual above. In more music news, Juice WRLD’s posthumous album Legends Never Die has finally received a release date and he previewed a new track titled “Life’s a Mess”.