Williams has released a song titled “The Flaw You Worship” as a thank you to fans who have dealt with the recent self-promotion for his Kickstarter campaign.
“As a way of thanking all of you who have put up with me posting way more than usual- got me feeling like a preacher trying to raise funds to fix the roof before the church anniversary – I’ve released a new song – The Flaw You Worship,” Williams wrote in an Instagram posted shared on Saturday (July 14).
As of Monday (July 16), Williams’ Kickstarter has raised around $145,000. The campaign was created to raise funds for a film version of his graphic novel and musical Neptune Frost.
On the Kickstarter page, Neptune Frost is described as a “love story between an inter-sex runaway and a coltan miner and the virtual marvel born as a result of their union.”
Williams has already secured Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator of the hit musical Hamilton, as executive producer for the film and Kara Walker as an associate producer.
As a way of thanking all of you who have put up with me posting way more than usual- got me feeling like a preacher trying to raise funds to fix the roof before the church anniversary – I’ve released a new song – The Flaw You Worship ❌ produced by the god @orkoeloheim -cover illustrated by @ronaldwimberly designed by @tjandamurra creative directed by @dreamstatesmeta ❌ now back to that roof. Y’all know the lord wants us to have a new roof- can’t have water dripping on these velvet pews- seriously there are 11 days left to support Neptune Frost. Tag your name on the wall by clicking the link in bio & putting sumthin in the basket. Shoutout to my man @bootsriley who’s on that same hustle – getting people to support the art that supports them (& if u ain’t seen #sorrytobotheryou see it now! then come back & hit that basket)… and thank you everyone who has supported thus far. I ain’t gonna say we almost there but we ain’t where we was & that’s a mighty long waaaaaaaay #theflawyouworship available on all streaming platforms & also on the page when u click the link in bio. The doors of the church are open.