The title track from Lil Peep’s 2015 EP ‘Feelz’ has been released as a video. Feelz, Lil Peep’s three-song EP from 2015, is now available to stream on all major streaming sites.
The EP’s history was outlined in a message posted on Instagram on Friday, and it dates back to the early days of 2015, following Peep’s return from an influential trip to Pasadena.
“By mid-March, he’d requested for and received the only two things he needed to produce music on his own in his bedroom, using his laptop: a condenser mic and a pair of Beats headphones. Gus made Feelz shortly after that,” the document adds.
Feelz is available to stream via your preferred streaming service. The re-release of the EP was marked by the publication of an official video for the title track (see above). Footage was also taken for the track “Life,” as revealed in Friday’s announcement, however it was “never realized” into a full video.
Feelz follows Peep’s December release of High Fashion, a three-tracker he collaborated on fellow producer Harry Fraud. Other posthumous re-releases include the internationally acclaimed 2016 mixtape Hellboy, which includes some of Peep’s most cherished songs like the Horsehead collaboration “Girls” and the Lil Tracy-featured “The Song They Played (When I Crashed Into the Wall).”
Rolling Stone reported earlier this year that a judge had upheld Peep’s mother Liza Womack’s negligence and wrongful death allegations in connection with his death in 2017 at the age of 21.
Directed by Gustav Ahr & Will Silberfeld
Shot by Will Silberfeld
Prod by Terio
Sample: “Tender Kisses” by Tracie Spencer