AceShowbiz - It's been more than a week since The Weeknd released his surprise EP "My Dear Melancholy", and now the singer is ready to treat fans to a music video for one of the tracks off the effort. Taking to social media on April 11, he shared a teaser for "Call Out My Name" music video, which will be released a day after.
The 42-second teaser finds The Weeknd, donning an all-black outfit, leaning on a pole on a sidewalk, looking distraught. "We found each other/ I helped you out of a broken place/ You gave me comfort/ But falling for you was my mistake," he sings while walking across the street. The screen then fades to black.
The music video will be released just a day before The Weeknd is set to headline the Coachella Valley Music Arts Festival in Indio, California on April 13. Rumor has it, the Canadian singer is planning an epic performance of "Call Out My Name", which is allegedly a diss track against his ex Selena Gomez.
A source previously revealed that the "Starboy" hitmaker "needed to do it." The source added, "And he can't wait to sing the song live at Coachella because it will be a cathartic experience for him to finally get over her."
"My Dear Melancholy" was released on Friday, March 30 after The Weeknd, whose real name is Abel Makkonen Tesfaye, teased it on Instagram two days before its release. The six-track effort debuted atop the Billboard 200 chart, marking his third consecutive No. 1 album on the chart. Besides debuting atop the chart, the set received generally positive reviews from music critics.