Future and Amber Rose drive through a poverty-stricken suburban war zone in a very expensive Bentley for some reason in Colin Tilley's latest directorial outing.
Post Malone ft Young Thug 'Goodbyes' by Colin Tilley
Post Malone comes back from the dead in Colin Tilley's 50's Western-inspired video for Goodbyes.
After getting killed in a tense knife fight, Post Malone rises from the dead in a creepy graveyard, and cracks open a Bud Light. It's been a tough couple of days... Stumbling back through the streets, he returns to town to find his love interest at the bar with another man.
Cinematic and packed full of inspired set pieces, the project is a unique spin on the Western genre and an entertaining interpretation of the track. Malone is on great form throughout, shuffling like a zombie and diving headfirst into his character, whilst Young Thug shines in his short cameo.
|Producer||Roisin Audrey Moloney|
|Production Company||Boy In The Castle|
|Executive Producer||Jamee Ranta|
|1st AD||Niko Philipides|
|Director of Photography||Joe Labisi|
|Art Director||Chris Beltran|
|Post Producer||Dan Karp|
|Lead actor||Kathryn Newton|
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