UPDATE: We’ve added the Glenn Michael-directed visuals for The Weeknd’s King of the Fall.
After a semi-hiatus, The Weeknd is very much back. Abel’s been averaging about a new song a week, and today’s offering comes in the form of the new King of the Fall. In a sharp departure from his usual style, King is a light and uptempo song containing absolutely no drug or sex references. Just kidding. It’s dark, pounding and entirely about sex, drugs and having sex on drugs; what else would you want from The Weeknd? While there’s still no word on whether all this new music is part of a larger project, fans can catch the upcoming King of the Fall Tour, launching soon.
Written by Nathan S. on 08/29/14
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