The video for Nashville singer William Wolf’s cover plays like scenes from a lovechild of directors David Fincher and Nicolas Winding Refn—starkly lit and richly colored (with a particular focus on red), a shadowy glimpse of a conflicted lothario. It’s a stylish, arresting accompaniment to Wolf’s woozy, alt-R&B cover of Sade’s “King of Sorrow,” a classic given new life with a male perspective and a bit of future beat flare from the production of BASECAMP members Boy Genius.

Watch the video above and stream “King of Sorrow” below.

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