Watch the haunting video for Lil Peep’s “16 Lines”

It features footage shot in April 2017.

“Please don’t cry, you’re wasting your time, 16 lines will make me feel fine,” Lil Peep sings on the chorus of “16 Lines” The fourth single off the rapper’s posthumous sophomore album, Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt 2, it’s just gotten the music video treatment.

Using previously released footage that was shot in New York City in April 2017, the Wiggy-directed video features close-ups of the rapper that heightens the song’s sense of loneliness. The clip also finds Peep smoking on a couch and in a moving car, dejectedly singing the song.

“16 Lines” is the latest song from Lil Peep’s posthumous album to get a video, after “Life is Beautiful,” “Runaway” and “Cry Alone.”

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Watch the video for “16 Lines” below:

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