Last month, we premiered Tyler Thomas' video for "Lincoln Avenue" off his recently released Birds I View project. The Los Angeles-based rapper is back on his game today with the release of his latest visual for "Make Me Go." The song is also off his latest Birds I View project but this cut features a cool sublime beat that feels like its squeezing out the last heated moments of summer. "Sonically, this song is different from most of the other music on Birds I View," he said. "I'd never done this much singing on a record before, so it felt like a bit of a risk for me at the time." 

For the video, Tyler worked with frequent collaborator Patrick Kudej of Black Tongue Productions. "The concept for the video was to give the story of the record some life, and make it relatable," Tyler told us. "Obviously there are thousands of songs and videos about relationships and breakups, so we had to give it a fresh and original perspective." The Black Tongue-directed video features a couple road tripping from LA up to San Francisco spliced with shadowy shots of Tyler. The final result is a stunning scope of California that perfectly captures the song's vibey DNA. Watch our exclusive premiere of the video above and download Birds I View here.