In response to the demand of his fans, Lil Peep, heralded as “the future of emo,” decided to drop his debut album, Come Over When You’re Sober (Part One), last night.

Give it a listen below!

Read more: Emo-rapper Lil Peep announces ‘Come Over When You’re Sober’ tour



Alongside the release of his new album, it’s also been confirmed that he’ll be releasing a video for “Awful Things,” inspired by an array of anime inspired themes from shows like Shiki and from horror archetypes like Carrie. Watch a teaser for the video below:

Peep is part of the genre-defying collective GothBoiClique, cofounded with Wicca Phase aka Adam McIlwee, the ex-singer of Tiger’s Jaw, creating their own hip-hop/emo subgenre that’s seemingly scratching its way to the surface.

Of course, the rapper has a history of sampling from the scene, too—”Crybaby” samples Brand New's “The No Seatbelt Song” from their debut record, Your Favorite Weapon. He samples “Today I Saw The Whole World” from Pierce The Veil's 2016 album Misadventures in “I Crash, U Crash.” Not to mention his sample of Underoath's “Too Bright To See, Too Loud To Hear” from Lost In The Sound Of Seperation in “Hellboy.”

Stream Come Over When You’re Sober (Part One) here:

Lil Peep’s debut album is available for order here.

Check out the full list of cities and dates for his ‘Come Over When You’re Sober’ tour below!

lil peep come over when you're sober tour

Dates:
10/2 – Seattle @ Neumos
10/3 – Portland @ Wonder Ballroom
10/4 – Eugene @ HIFI Music Hall
10/6 – Sacramento @ Harlow’s
10/8 – Fresno @ Strummers
10/9 – San Diego @ House Of Blues
10/10 – Los Angeles @ Echoplex
10/12 – Phoenix @ Club Rex
10/14 – Salt Lake City @ Complex
10/15 – Denver @ Gothic
10/16 – Omaha @ Waiting Room
10/17 – St. Paul @ Amsterdam
10/19 – Chicago @ Bottom Lounge
10/20 – Detroit @ Shelter
10/23 – Cleveland @ House Of Blues
10/25 – Toronto @ The Phoenix
10/26 – Montreal @ Theatre Fairmont
10/27 – Boston @ Middle East Downstairs
10/29 – Providence @ MET
10/30 – Philadelphia @ The Foundry
10/31 – NYC @ Highline
11/1 – DC @ U Street Music Hall
11/4 – Tampa @ Orpheum
11/5 – Miami @ Heart Nightclub
11/7 – Atlanta @ The Loft
11/8 – New Orleans @ The Parish
11/11 – Austin @ Parish
11/12 – Houston @ Bronze Peacock
11/14 – El Paso @ Tricky Falls
11/15 – Tucson @ The Rock
11/16 – Santa Ana @ The Observatory

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