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Yung Lean Digs His Own Grave in “Miami Ultras”

In the new co-directed video, Lean dons a pretty floral dress and sings to a depressed looking dog.
09 March 2016, 11:49am

It’s hard to tell exactly what’s going on in Yung Lean’s new video for “Miami Ultras”, but if you’ve seen the film The Survivalist (which is set in a post-apocalyptic forest and involves digging graves, chopping wood and nearly dying), then it feels a lot like that, but with more rapping and hospital paraphernalia. “I miss some places, I wish we lived on another earth, you think you hate me, I know that it hurts,” the Swedish sad boy raps while standing in some foliage in a pair of neon trousers, before half-singing, “Burn, burn, burn, my turn, turn, turn, burn, burn, burn, my turn, turn, turn” to a depressed looking dog. He also does a lot of laying around in a pretty floral dress, and it’s worth watching to the end to see him turn a strange hue of metallic grey.

Watch the video (which was co-directed by Marcus Söderlund and Lean himself) below.