London-based artist Shygirl shared her new video "FREAK" on Wednesday. The track finds her rapping about her own carefree, sexual liberation over industrial, Sega Bodega-helmed production.
The videos, directed by Shygirl herself alongside animator Maurice Andresen and 3D modeller/designer Sy Blake, look like a colorful, liquified fever dream as a caricature of the artist floats and glides through its digital landscape. The character "personifies her desires for autonomy and freedom, as both an artist and a woman," according to the video's press release.
Back in June, Shygirl teamed up with Arca for the track "unconditional," with funds from the single's sales going to a number of causes in the fight for racial equality.
Watch "FREAK" above.
Thumbnail image via Aidan Zamiri.