In celebration of his critically acclaimed surprise EP, Save Me, Future uncovers an Exclusive Merchandise Collection inspired by the project and in collaboration with Enfants Riches Déprimés and its visionary founder Henri Alexander Levy [Daft Punk, Billie Eilish].
Expanding on his powerful partnership with Levy following their work together on the EP artwork, “St. Lucia” visual, and photography, the drop boasts stark, simple, and stunning “Xanax Damage” sweatshirts in black and white, a black hat emblazoned with “Save Me” in white, and more. The gothic overtones and elegant simplicity speak to both the union of these two icons and the organic, yet overpowering space of the new music.
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Additionally, Future further opens up this world by sharing not one, but three more music videos for key tracks. The visual for “Government Official” sees him hit a lonely highway in a classic convertible between tense edits. “Love Thy Enemies” reimagines the therapist’s couch like only he could with its cavernous and caustic presentation. Meanwhile, “Xanax Damage” merges anime with his dark delivery for a different perspective entirely.
From music to fashion to visuals, fall into Future’s world in 2019.
The seven-track project arrives hot on the heels of his seventh album, Future Hndrxx Presents: The WIZRD—released in January. Not only did it bow at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 as his fifth solo offering to top the charts, but it also garnered acclaim from Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, Consequence of Sound, XXL who gave it a coveted XL rating. In the wake of its release, he performed on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and Ellen.
As he innovates once more, Future arrives to save the game yet again.
- XanaX Damage
- St. Lucia
- Please Tell Me
- Government Official
- Love Thy Enemies
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