Post Malone has released a new visual for "Better Now," a favorite off of his sophomore album Beerbongs & Bentleys. The video is a black and white compilation of tour footage, which you can check out above. 

The video dropped just 12 hours after Malone released a 360-live performance of "Better Now" in his hometown of Dallas. Watch that below. 

Malone's first annual Posty Fest will take place Oct. 28 in Dallas. He released the lineup for the fest this week, which includes Travis Scott, Tyler, the Creator, Tierra Whack, and more. 

Fans of Post Malone’s can certainly breathe a little sigh of relief with this new release, after the artist detailed a particularly scary emergency landing in a recent interview with Billboard. Back in August, Malone boarded a plane that later had multiple malfunctions. At one point in the flight, two of the plane's tires popped and a wing “kinda blew in half” in the air. “You know, you figured if something is gonna happen, just get it over with, like a Band-Aid or something,” he said. “But just the fucking anxiety of like, ‘This is fucked.’ That was the worst part.”

Fortunately the plane made a safe landing and the rapper survived, so he can continue to release new content for everyone to enjoy. On Monday, Malone stopped by The Tonight Show to share a sneak peak of his song “Sunflower,” which he created for the animated Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse coming this December.