Directed by Melissa Matos of Montreal design collective Trusst, the video explores the idea of consumerism with a model destroying newly purchased Nike trainers in a pool. While this may be confusing to some, the idea of destroying the sneakers you love most is apparently a real thing to do nowadays, with several videos on YouTube demonstrating the process in action.
Greene says the tracks on the project were “born out of experimenting with a bit of self-imposed restraints. Afterlife was a particular sound palette I wanted to stick to and see what would come of it. 1 4 me was trying to challenge myself to keep an arrangement dead simple. They came out of a period that was actually really prolific for me and hope to share more soon, but these two stuck together with a playful spirit. Some fun for the end of summer, as we tread into winter”
Watch the music video above and check the EP’s tracklist below.
1. After Life, After Party
2. 1 4 Me
3. After Life, After Party (Suicideyear Remix)
4. After Life, After Party (Sei A Remix)