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Watch The Weeknd's Trippy, Colorful 'Party Monster' Music Video

by Ryan Middleton   Jan 12, 2017 15:20 PM EST

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The Weeknd has released the music video for his Starboy single "Party Monster." The visuals are bright and trippy to match the lyrics from the song.

The Weeknd finds himself in a variety of different situations throughout the video that has loads of after effects. He spends his time driving in fast cars, hanging out in a dark building surrounded by women who may not know the names of and getting swallowed by very comfy beds. There are giant flames, crosses and neon signs everywhere. Sounds like a very interesting party The Weeknd has going on.

"Party Monster" is the latest song to get a visual from The Weeknd's new album Starboy. It follows the title track "Starboy," where the Canadian singer destroyed all the remnants of his past fame to turn over a new leaf in his career.

Then he unveiled the ambitious and riveting music video/short film for "False Alarm" that followed The Weeknd on a bloody and violent bank robbery from the robbery itself through the attempted escape and battle with police. It was all shot from the point of view of The Weeknd.

The Weeknd will spend much of 2017 on the road supporting Starboy. In addition to a slew of growing festival slots, The Weeknd will tour across Europe and North American starting next month and all the way until the summer. The European leg runs from Feb. 17 until March 14 and then he heads back to North America to pick back up the tour on April 25 until the middle of June at arenas across the continent.

  

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