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Post Malone coffin pool float is perfect for those who are dead inside

We actually need this.

July 8, 2019
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Post Malone just made our goth summer dreams come true with his latest merch item which is an inflatable pool float in the shape of a coffin. You read that right. 

The new merch collection also includes “Goodbye” t-shirts and posters along with the amazing pool accessory. 

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The drop also includes a “Goodbyes” beach towel. However, we know you’re here for the float, so here are the details. 

The float costs a whopping $75 but is bundled with a digital album. It’s a dark blue ombre design and appears to come with a cup holder. It also reads “Goodbyes” on top. You can see what it looks like below. 

Check out all of Post Malone’s brand new merch here

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After dropping a movie-style poster and knife-yielding video clip earlier this week, Post Malone has finally dropped his collab track, “Goodbyes.”

The track features rapper Young Thug with the official music video coming out as a cinematic zombie masterpiece.

Earlier, Post Malone took to social media to confirm the release of “Goodbyes” at midnight EST July 5.

The artwork features the phrase, “Too much pleasure is pain” and gives off some major movie vibes.



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Then, we were given a music video teaser to go along with the track, which features the rapper driving while holding a knife before a fight. You can watch it down below.

Then, we were blessed with the official “Goodbyes” video directed by Colin Tilley.

Young Thug plays a club singer while Big Little Lies and Detective Pokemon actress Kathryn Newton plays the love interest in this ’50s-style video.

Watch Post Malone come back from the dead in the official “Goodbyes” video below!

What do you think of the new Post Malone merch? Sound off in the comments down below!

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Written by Alex Darus