The noir visual, co-directed by White trash Tyler, complements the collective’s new album, Jackboys
Travis Scott isn’t letting us pause for breath with his creative collective’s new album rollout. Just a day after Cactus Jack’s debut, Jackboys, was released, it’s been followed up with a short film of the same name.
Co-directed by ongoing Travis Scott collaborator White Trash Tyler, the eight-minute short is very noir, with neon-drenched visuals. A series of violent car thefts lead to a meetup in what looks like a scrapyard (if you’ve seen Harmony Korine’s cover for the album, you’ll know the vibe).
The new Tesla Cybertruck and Cyberquad also make an appearance.
But the short film isn’t all Travis Scott fans have been blessed with since the album release, either. Another Cactus Jack/White Trash Tyler-directed video, for “Gang Gang” – track three off Jackboys, also featuring Sheck Wes – sees them revisit the scrapyard.
Watch both of the new visuals below.