Tame Impala and ZHU share new video featuring Willow Smith

'My Life' first surfaced in March

Tame Impala and ZHU have shared the video of their recent collaboration ‘My Life’.

The clip, which you can view below, features Willow Smith and sees the star play a survivor of a car wreck, who runs for help only to be transported into a montage of happier memories.

American Millennial duo Ben Tan and David Altobelli and Elliot Sellers directed the clip.


Chinese American artist ZHU – best known for his 2014 hit ‘Faded’ – took to Twitter in January to hint at the collaboration, tweeting: “TameImpalaxzhu???”

The track later surfaced in March.

Recently, Tame Impala appeared at the Citadel Festival their only UK festival show of 2018.

Many fans criticised the event after huge queues to leave the site saw many of them miss their trains and the last tube – with some even claiming that they were left stranded in London until 5am in the morning.

Citadel marked Tame Impala’s first return to the UK since two sold-out Alexandra Palace shows in February 2016.


They are due to headline The Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago tonight (July 20).

The festival, which will take place between until July 22, will also see performances from Fleet Foxes and Lauryn Hill.

Elsewhere on the bill, Courtney Barnett and Earl Sweatshirt will perform tonight, while The War On Drugs and Blood Orange will play at the Pitchfork Festival tomorrow (July 21).