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Almost two years after his passing, Lil Peep‘s posthumous EP has arrived. Titled Goth Angel Sinner, the project features three tracks, “Moving On,” “Belgium,” and “When I Lie.” The EP’s release is also supported by a music video for “When I Lie,” which was co-directed by Lil Peep and his collaborator Rayn.

Shot while the rapper was still alive, the video took place in Hamburg, Germany. “It was a spur of the moment video,” Rayn said in a statement to Pitchfork. “As soon as someone from the venue led us down to the green room, Peep and I looked at each other and said we have to shoot a video here.”

Though Goth Angel Sinner is a new project, the tracks aren’t all new to Lil Peep’s fans. A remix of “When I Lie” featuring TY Dolla Sign, for example, had already appeared on For the Throne, a Game of Thrones music compilation which came out in April of this year. One month before his death, Lil Peep had also teased the release of Goth Angel Sinner on Twitter.

In November of 2017, Lil Peep passed away at the age of 21 due to a drug overdose, which his mother recently sued his management for. A documentary on the late rapper, Everybody’s Everything, is also scheduled to hit theatres on November 12.

Stream Lil Peep’s posthumous release below.