After last year's EP Total Eclipse, Yung Lean is back with new music. The Scandinavian rapper just dropped a new song, "Boylife in EU," along with extremely trippy visuals.

In the video, Lean's typical melancholic music is accompanied by a ton of color, weird sock masks, and patterns — the whole thing feels like an acid trip, basically (and kind of reminds us of Adam Green's Aladdin movie, which is definitely worth a watch if Lean's new visuals are your thing).

The "Boylife in EU" video first premiered during Milan Women's Fashion Week. At Spazio Maiocchi, Yung Lean and his brand Sad Boys also unveiled their fashion collaboration with Slam Jam.

If that wasn't enough, Yung Lean has announced a world tour, kicking off in late March. The "Underplay Tour" will see the Swedish rapper performing in his home country, as well as Germany, France, the United States, and more.

Watch Yung Lean's latest video below.

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