Health, Poppy

Health, Poppy

Health and Poppy Want You to Love Each Other in 'Dead Flowers' Video

Song will appear on collaborative album Disco4 :: Part II

10/22/2021 10:03:00 AM

Health and Poppy want you to love each other in 'Dead Flowers' video.

Song will appear on collaborative album Disco4 :: Part II

Disco4 :: Part IIvia Loma Vista. The follow-up to 2020’sDisco 4 :: Part I, the collaborative album features songs with 100 Gecs, Jpegmafia, Soccer Mommy, and more.In the black-and-white visual for “Dead Flowers,” Poppy and the band are seen in the haze. “Dead Flowers/just another fix,” Jake Duzsik sings on the chorus. “Dead flowers/Love against my skin.” On the bridge, Poppy sings ethereally that she’s “learned from everything” before building to a cathartic screamed refrain of “I’ve seen you.” The clip ends with the command: “You will love each other.”

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