"Belgium," a track from the recent posthumously released Lil Peep EP Goth Angel Sinner recalls the rapper's early emo-rap days, before his brush with glossy pop on Come Over When You're Sober, Pt.1. The song's music video, out today, shows the strength of Peep's international fanbase with performances of the song, as well as more intimate footage of him wandering around the city of Ghent, Belgium. The visual is bookended with Peep reflecting on his fame and his hard work: "Once you're here, you're like, 'Fuck, I've done so much.' There have been so many sleepless nights to get here and shit, that you're not really surprised about it." Watch the video for "Belgium" above, and listen to Goth Angel Sinner below. A soundtrack for the upcoming Lil Peep documentary Everybody's Everything is out November 15.