Just last week, The Weeknd announced his forthcoming album Starboy and delivered the title track from the project. Just yesterday, the lead single was also granted a cinematic video. Now, Abel Tesfaye is already following up the much-hyped new track with its follow-up. 'False Alarm' is a lot more eccentric and sounds like something you would hear on the soundtrack to Scream Queens. It's horror pop - which is perfect because Halloween is just around the corner.

Listen to False Alarm below.