Toronto artist Lowell has always been supportive of the LGBTQ community and today she continues her support with the song and video for “High Enough.”

Produced by Zale Epstein, known for his work with Schoolboy Q and Kendrick Lamar, the song questions pop music norms and the video features everything from Lowell revolving around an all-black room to her body morphing into a clear mannequin. There’s also twitches, filters, and even dance moves throughout the Chaussée directed video.

“High Enough” is one of the three records included in Lowell’s upcoming EP Part 1: PARIS YK that comes out August 26.

You can watch the video above.