Out of Sydney Australia, Munday is an ethereal artist of many talents. From birth we are told who to be, what to believe and are conditioned without choice, it takes a strong individual to break free from the programming of other people. Some, however, live their whole lives by the rules without questioning.
Watch The Weeknd's "In Your Eyes" Music Video
It was originally released four days before, alongside the rest of its parent album. The original studio recording of the track features Wojtek Goral on alto saxophone, while the live version and remix of the song features Kenny G on soprano saxophone. On May 21, , a remix featuring American singer and rapper Doja Cat was released. The song was first teased in the Weeknd's After Hours short film released early March during a scene in which Tesfaye walked passed a musician playing the track's saxophone solo. The Weeknd spoke about the record, co-produced by him, Max Martin, and Oscar Holter, during an interview with Variety , "When you look deeper into the song, it's more complex than it seems. It's basically about two people who are in love with each other who are just fucking each other over," he explained. It's like the way people think the Police 's ' Every Breath You Take ' is a love song, and it's not at all This is deeper, but you wanna dance to it and make love to it. That's the trick of it". The lyrics of the song reference Tesfaye's on-and-off relationship with model Bella Hadid.
The Weeknd's new music video is not for the faint of heart. After dropping his After Hours album on Friday which is filled to the brim with references about his ex Bella Hadid , the singer released the music video for "In Your Eyes," and it's basically a four-minute horror movie. In the video, which is a continuation of his After Hours short film , The Weeknd goes full slasher villain as he stalks a young woman Zaina Miuccia through a nightclub.
Then an explanation of the nature of your soul and where it came from and where it's going. It may not seem like a big deal now, but eventually it will probably surface that at best, the church impacts and influences her behavior in almost every area, at worst, it dictates it. She might not even be living according to the moral standards of the Church. I'd try to see if she will leave the religion, and if not, you should break it off.