Directed by Los Angeles-based filmmaker Grant Singer, The Weeknd’s latest visual instillation for his haunting new track titled “The Hills” comes following the leak of “I Can’t Feel My Face” and “In The Night” earlier this week. Produced by Nathan Scherrer, the video’s composition and vibe attributes itself well to The Weeknd’s dark, melancholy undertone as it visually interprets the fame-ridden downfalls of the song’s lyrical content. As Abel emerges from a crashed car and pulls two women from the backseat, he leads on to sing about his usual flurry of sexual encounters and drugs as he walks down a desolated street before the car he was driving explodes in true rock ‘n’ roll fashion. The clip has done well to solidify the song’s back story and highlights points of only wanting someone for one reason as the video is interjected by dark insignia and screaming vocal inserts – depicting somewhat of a dark personal fantasy. Enjoy the premiere above and let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.