Watch Lil Peep’s new, posthumous video for ‘Save That Shit’

It opens with a dedication from his mother

A new video for Lil Peep’s ‘Save That Shit’ has been released, following the rapper’s untimely death last month.

Peep (real name Gustav Åhr) passed away in November after an overdose involving “incredibly toxic drugs”. He released his debut album ‘Come Over When You’re Sober (Part One)’ this September following widespread critical interest, with Pitchfork dubbing him “the future of emo” back in January.

Now, a video for ‘Come Over When You’re Sober (Part One)’ track ‘Save That Shit’ has been released. Directed by Mezzy and Heavy Rayn, the clip opens with a dedication from Peep’s mother: “In loving memory of my son Gus.”

Further posthumous releases and videos are reportedly set to emerge in the coming months. Watch the ‘Save That Shit’ video below.

Memorials for the rapper took place in New York and London earlier this month. Lil Peep’s face was projected onto the House Of Commons at midnight on Saturday December 2 in London, while family members and friends of the rapper paid tribute to him at a service in Long Beach, California the same day.