Tyler, the Creator has shared the video for “Lemonhead”, which yet again sees him in the shoes of his extravagant alter-ego, Tyler Baudelaire. More specifically, the visuals see Tyler delivering some tuba instructions, before showing off his car collection, then heading into the hills on a penny-farthing.
“Lemonhead” appears on the rapper’s recently-released sixth studio album, Call Me If You Get Lost. Directed by Tyler himself (under his Wolf Haley pseudonym), the music video follows other self-directed, pastel-hued visuals for the tracks “Lumberjack”, “Wusyaname”, “Juggernaut”, and “Corso”.
After an extensive rollout – which included an international billboard campaign linked to a mysterious hotline, and several visual teasers – Call Me If You Get Lost debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 albums chart.
Late last month, Tyler also battled high winds in a performance of “Lumberjack” at the 2021 BET Awards, and offered fans a chance to create their own rendition of his Call Me If You Get Lost album artwork, inspired by travel cards from the early 1900s.