At the beginning of this summer, Bones delivered a video for one of UndertheWillowTree‘s strongest records, "Titanium." Now, traveling back a few years, the TeamSESH artist revisits his 2016 full-length project PaidProgramming2 for his latest visual. Specifically, Bones is sharing a new clip for the Koursky Lion-produced PaidProgramming2 favorite "PeteyPablo." Released three years after the original song’s debut, the "PeteyPablo" vignette carries the same signature lo-fi style as most of Bones’ past visual releases and was shot by his brother, manager, close business partner and go-to director Elliott O’Connor.
"I came here to f*ck the game up, now they don’t mention me / Petey Pablo when I raise up, now they invest in me / No one can tell your shadow apart from all these other clones / But when they see my silhouette you bet they know its Bones," Bones raps for the lone verse that makes up "PeteyPablo." "Deadboy, back up on your head, drop the guillotine / Slanted ways I don’t receive, I broadcast what I feel in me / Orson Welles, hope me well / Bout to scare the world and bail / Found the caves that lead to hell, tunnel down to til I was home / Walking on coals, Itching like I’m Tyrone / Know I’m fiending, know I need it, let me into another zone."
You can take a look at Bones’ new music video for "PeteyPablo" above.
For more, check out the visual for Bones and Eddy Baker’s collaborative track "CemeteryWaltz."