Watch Bryson Tiller’s new video for “Sorrows”

The 'Anniversary’ track gets a surreal visual treatment.

Bryson Tiller has shared a surreal video for “Sorrows,” co-directed by Kid Studio’s Glenn Michael and Christo Anesti.

In the clip, the Kentucky crooner is transported to the middle of a desert where he encounters a giant hourglass, floating clocks and a sand sculpture of a hand. “I said I know we ain’t on the same page no more / And that’s a shame that we ain’t, we used to be so close / Yes, I’m down and I’m drownin’ in my sorrows, babe,” he sings.

“Sorrows” is a cut from Tiller’s latest album, Anniversary, which was released in October 2020. The album also featured the song “Always Forever,”04 which received a video treatment that starred Kehlani.


Tiller is also currently working on a follow-up to Anniversary called Serenity. The upcoming album is set to be a three-part LP, with dedicated sections for rap, pop and R&B. However, a release date has yet to be confirmed as the musician is still sorting out his contract with RCA Records, according to HipHopDX.

Watch the video for “Sorrows” below:

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