The Weeknd's new music video reportedly pulled from cinema screening due to 'intense strobe light'

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The music video for The Weeknd's upcoming new single, Take My Breath, has been pulled from Imax cinemas due to epilepsy warnings because of the "intense strobe lighting", Variety reports. 

The single will be the first follow-up to the Canadian stars critically acclaimed After Hours album, released in March 2020.

A music video accompanying the track was expected to screen in Imax theatres ahead of the new Suicide Squad film this week.  

On Tuesday, a teaser of Take My Breath was released as part of an Olympics ad. The single will drop on Friday. 

 
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