The Weeknd dropped his latest music video, False Alarm. The very graphic music video, which is part of his Starboy album, runs for 5 minutes and 45 seconds.
One day ahead of the video's release, the singer shared a movie poster with a "parental advisory" warning for the short film, which according to him has a "gritty" plot. See his tweet below!
The gory visuals are taken from the point of view of one bank robber, who after getting bags of money with his team, proceeds to take hostage and eventually kidnap a girl. It's an intense and action-packed video by Hardcore Henry director Ilya Naishuller.
The cross from The Weeknd's "Starboy" video was seen at the end, revealing the identity of the protagonist.
Watch the "False Alarm" music video below!
Video Courtesy: TheWeekndVEVO
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