The Weeknd unveils dark short film for ‘After Hours’

His album arrives later this month.

The Weeknd has shared a sinister short film for his forthcoming album, After Hours.

The clip opens on the singer as he leaves late-night talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live! in high spirits. His demeanor takes a turn, though, as he walks through the dimly lit city streets. When he finally makes his way to a subway stop, a clearly distraught Abel Tesfaye is possessed by an invisible force that drags him through the tunnel.

The dizzying clip ends with an unusually composed Tesfaye in an elevator, joined by a young couple. However, once the elevator doors close, screams are heard from the carriage as the clip fades to black.

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After Hours is due out on March 20. The record will feature previously released songs “Blinding Lights,” “Heartless” and title track “After Hours.”

Watch the After Hours short film below:

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