After a week of cinematic teases, Zayn's new video for "Dusk Till Dawn" has finally arrived. The video for Zayn's Sia-featuring new track, the first official single from his forthcoming sophomore album, was helmed by (500) Days of Summer and Amazing Spider-Man director Marc Webb. Prior to his full-length directorial debut with (500) Days, Webb was known for a prolific music video output that included classic entries from Green Day, Hillary Duff, and Miley Cyrus.
"Dusk Till Dawn" also stars Jemima Kirke, who recently wrapped the final season of Lena Dunham's critically acclaimed HBO series Girls. Kirke will next appear in Emma Forrest's Untogether alongside Ben Mendelsohn and Jamie Dornan.
The latest Zayn visual follows his Partynextdoor collab "Still Got Time," which dropped back in April. Ahead of the release of "Dusk Till Dawn," Zayn shared a perfectly campy poster teasing the action-nodding plot:
Prior to ditching his hair altogether, Zayn was honored with British GQ's Most Stylish Man of the Year award. Other winners from this year's Men of the Year awards included Liam Gallagher (Rock 'n' Roll Star), Mark Hamill (Icon), Jared Leto (Actor), Sadiq Khan (Politician), Stranger Things (Editor's Special Award), and Stormzy (Solo Artist).
Zayn's Mind of Mine followup is due later this year. Though we don't have an official release date, we do have an idea of what direction Zayn is taking his sound. RCA boss Peter Edge told Entertainment Weekly back in March that fans should expect "a lot of growth" and a "more optimistic tone." Stay tuned.