YUNGBLUD has just released a new music video for his single ‘Fleabag,’ and we love it! ‘Fleabag’ was first released last week along with a visualizer and has since amassed 1.7 million streams on Spotify as well as 80k videos using its sound on TikTok. With so much success in such a short period, a full music video was inevitable; with ‘Fleabag’ as the first single of this new YUNGBLUD era, we’re excited to see what’s next for him.
The song itself talks about feeling so outcasted and messed up; you start to believe you aren’t good enough, that “nobody loves” you and that there is something so wrong with you that you should be in “rehab.” The video displays this message perfectly with visuals, including being burnt at the stake, walking against strong winds, and being hung with bats.
The video starts with YUNGBLUD looking in the mirror and very aggressively singing the song’s intro, before transitioning to him singing in what looks like a prison cell as it rains inside. Next, the video shows multiple clips of YUNGBLUD being harassed, whether by nature, people, or situations. Finally, with a few rockstar-esque clips being thrown in of him crushing it on a guitar as he’s being thrown around the room, the video ends with him accepting it and uncrossing his arms as he hangs upside down.
We love the video’s overall message and are in love with angst and rockstar YUNGBLUD; we can’t wait to see what this new era brings.
Check out the ‘Fleabag’ music video below!
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Featured Image Source: Screenshot from ‘Fleabag’ By YUNGBLUD directed by Tanu Muiño