Way back in May 2017 videographer Max Beck linked up with Lil Peep in Berkeley, California to shoot the "Cry Alone" music video. The song was originally intended to end up on Peep's debut studio album, 'Come Over When You're Sober Part 1.' However, it ended up being held for the sequel to the record. A year later the project from the late New York artist is finally set to be released via Columbia Records. Today the "Cry Alone" video finally sees the light of day, as the lead single from the forthcoming project due out on November 9.You can pre-order the album, along with merchandise, right here.