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The Weeknd – Gasoline Music Video


The Weeknd is actually not making a tentative begin to 2022 as he premiers a second official video in simply three days from his new album ‘Dawn FM’. The Weeknd’s newest quick is for an additional one in all his new tracks, ‘Gasoline’; the second of 16 songs contained on the album. 

Having already dropped movies for the album’s lead single – ‘Take My Breath’, from final 12 months, after which ‘Sacrifice’ simply because the album landed, The Weeknd is making certain that he has all bases lined along with his new file.(He additionally loaded up both lyric or audio movies for the rest of the album on the day of the album’s launch.)  

Praise has come from followers and critics alike for The Weeknd’s fifth studio album with file producer, rapper, singer-songwriter, and file government Timbaland evaluating it to Michael Jackson’s seminal album, ‘Thriller’. Esquire journal have known as ‘Dawn FM’ The Weeknd’s “Prince second”, while The Guardian’s 5 star overview mentioned it was “a surprising show of absolute pop prowess”.

The newest video from The Weeknd is directed by photographer and movie maker Matilda Finn. Finn has beforehand labored with the likes of Sophie Hunger and Rosie Lowe in addition to taking up extra industrial work in promoting. For ‘Gasoline’, Matilda appears to be channeling the work of Stephen King, John Carpenter and even David Lynch as she scares the bejesus out of us with some harrowing scenes. 

Finn’s movie has nods to Lynch’s ear within the grass from ‘Blue Velvet’ in addition to Carpenter’s ‘Christine’ because the video begins with The Weeknd crashing his possessed classic Caddy right into a street signal. Escaping on foot from a swarm of black ants, The Weeknd is subsequent seen as each himself and his older alter-ego. 

The pair battle it out on the surreal dance ground with the youthful of the 2 protagonists seeming to have little regard for his aged self. 

Maybe Abel Tesfaye simply has a concern of rising previous, who is aware of? 

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