It might be the eve of summer, but TDE songstress SZA is reliving the chill of winter in her just-released clip for her single "Drew Barrymore." The icy chill of the visuals is a perfect compliment to the angsty track, which explores the singer's insecurities and jealousies after discovering her old flame has a new spark with someone else.
The singer taps famed video director Dave Meyers for the stylish clip which shows SZA and her crew palling around NYC in a lazy haze. It opens with the singer and friends laying about a loft-style apartment in weird poses rocking designer fashions. It seems that we've come in at the tail-end of a party, which is fitting since the song's opening lyric is about the party being over. Perhaps fed up with that scene, the party people move outdoors as they take to the streets. From there, we enjoy SZA in stylized shots, including a shot in a laundromat in which she wears nothing but a purple hat with veil and clear platform shoes and another in which the actual Drew Barrymore makes a cameo. Eventually, we end up back in the apartment before ending things on the roof as she has a laugh with her girls on the roof before the camera fades to black.
It's an interesting visual, to say the least, but what else do we expect after the slightly psychotic turn that the visual for "Love Galore" took? Get into the chilly clip for "Drew Barrymore" below. SZA's CTRL is in stores now.