One month after dropping the Denzel Curry, JK The Reaper and Nell-assisted "Distrust," Lunice pulls up with a video for the track. Check out the trippy new visual for yourself below.

The new Sam Rolfes-directed vid finds someone dancing around what appears to be a living room as luminous colors engulf parts of his body at different points of the clip. In other parts, we see what appears to be Curry's face flashing across the scene in the middle of all the bright imagery.

The official description for the vid says it was filmed in a video game engine and that Rolfes uses "diffusive psychosexual worlds that sublimate space and identity within a live context." Sounds about right. It's a visual that matches the extraterrestrial feel of the track itself, which features some searing bars from Curry and Nell. Of course, Curry steals the show.

"I pull my liquor out so all my dead brothers could sip/Police tried to leave me headless with a sleepy hollow tip/Catch my drift, if you can't then I will sink your battleship/Here's a kiss from the dragon hot as the back of my spliff," he spits on the track.

Lunice, who's toured with Rockie Fresh in the past, is all set to drop his album CCCLX—which is the number 360 in roman numerals—on Sept. 9. "Distrust" will be on it. Check out the "Distrust" video below.

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