“Bury me in Virginia” by Folk is People from the album The Devil Always Comes

The song is called “Bury Me in Virginia” and is an autobiographical account of how Stacey’s sweet mom who is not a procrastinator decided to buy her a burial plot in Culpeper, Virginia when she was just 7 years old. The video is extremely quirky and heavily inspired by the work of Wes Anderson. It depicts several of Stacey’s failed attempts to get back to Virginia to die after a phony tarot card reader presents her with the Death card.

Directed by Keagan Anfuso