Machine Gun Kelly is set to release his album Mainstream Sellout on vinyl later this month, and ahead of its release he’s shared a video for its new bonus track.
The rapper-turned-rocker has recruited 17-year-old digicore musician Glaive for “More Than Life,” an emotive track that sees the two prioritize love over their own safety. The song is set to appear as a bonus track on Mainstream Sellout when it arrives on vinyl on June 24, which is sure to give the Billboard 200 chart-topping record a second lease of life.
Kelly previously supported the release of the record with videos for “Emo Girl” featuring Willow Smith, “Ay!” with Lil Wayne, and “Maybe” featuring Oliver Sykes of Bring Me the Horizon. He’s currently on tour in support of the album, during which he’s set to be joined by supporting acts including Avril Lavigne, Blackbear, Willow, Trippie Red, and Iann Dior, among others.
MGK has been very busy as of late, and not just with his music career. Just last month, he dropped his directorial debut Good Mourning, which he recently told Jimmy Fallon was inspired by a text message from his fiancée Megan Fox. He also had a small appearance in Jackass Forever alongside Johnny Knoxville, and is set to appear in the upcoming action thriller One Way alongside Kevin Bacon.
Check out the video for “More Than Life” above and stream the track below.