Earl Sweatshirt shares new short film Nowhere, Nobody, announces tour dates

The film is directed by Naima Ramos-Chapman and Terence Nance.

January 30, 2019

On Wednesday, Earl Sweatshirt dropped off a nearly nine-minute short film Nowhere, Nobody. Watch it now up above.

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The short — which is directed by Naima Ramos-Chapman and Terence Nance of Random Acts of Flyness — opens up with Earl as an ecstatic-ass youth basketball coach, but quickly transitions into scenes where the imagery gets weirder and deeper. His latest album Some Rap Songs fades seamlessly in and out of scenes.

We also see clips of the rapper being recreated as a statue, a scene with a female-version of himself, and at one point, a clip of Earl sitting pensively in a bathtub, as a woman washes him.

Along with the video, Earl has also announced a new tour in support of his latest album. The North American run of shows will include supporting performances from bbymutha, Na-Kel Smith, and more. The trek kicks off in New Orleans on March 23, and will run through May, before concluding in Atlanta.

Check dates for that down below, and watch Nowhere, Nobody above.

Earl Sweatshirt shares new short film Nowhere, Nobody, announces tour dates