The visuals, augmented with colourful visual effects and remote appearances by friends and family, come after the Doncaster-born musician previewed the track exclusively with NME last week.
Harrison said that the song written late last year was inspired by his meteoritic rise, which culminated in a sold-out show at London’s O2 Academy Brixton.
“The past 18 months were so weird for me,” he told NME. “I nearly lost my mum in a car accident. I was in a relationship and got my heart broken. We blew up and got famous really quickly.”
During lockdown, alongside work on his second album, Yungblud has been live-streaming The Yungblud Show on YouTube, with guests like Machine Gun Kelly, Ashnikko, Kelly Osbourne and more joining the action, with NME calling the show “a riotous half-hour of power.”