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Mac Miller has shared a new music video for "Stay," one of the many stellar tracks on his recently released album The Divine Feminine. And keeping in line with the song's melodramatic lyrical content, the visual is an aesthetic exploration of Miller's loneliness and #feels.

Filmed on a remote beach isle (think more Icelandic shores than California seaside town), the entire video is filmed in sweeping tracking shots, putting an emphasis on Miller's loneliness and his need for this girl to just stay already. Luckily this does not seem to be the case in real life, as his budding romance with Ariana Grande remains choice tabloid fodder.

"Stay" is the second visual released by Miller for The Divine Feminine. Earlier this year, Miller dropped a bouncy, colorful video for "Dang!" which he starred in with Anderson .Paak as the living embodiment of a sugar rush. Stay tuned to see if he ends up using his boo Ariana for a video for their collaborative track "My Favorite Part."

Mac Miller's The Divine Feminine is available now, stream it below via Spotify.

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For more of the latest music videos, check out "Dope Dealer," the new offering from ScHoolboy Q featuring E-40.

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