The ghosts of lovers past make up the moody (and not to mention, Not Safe For Work) visual for the Weeknd's song 'Twenty Eight,' featured on 'The Trilogy' project.

In the clip, the Weeknd, a.k.a. Abel Tesfaye, is interviewed by a foreign journalist while his former girlfriend watches from her bedroom. The video flashes then to the Toronto native being haunted by strippers and his past flames. "Hey there, lonely girl," he sings as the strippers vacantly dance.

Like the Weeknd himself, the video leaves off mysteriously and we can only imagine where and with whom the singer will lay down next.

Watch the Weeknd's 'Twenty Eight' Video