On June 23, Robin Thicke released a video for his new single "Get Her Back."
The single is from his upcoming album titled Paula, which is no doubt a reference to his ex-wife Paula Patton.
Writing a whole album about a woman (and then literally naming it after her) is creepy to begin with, but this video takes Thicke's apologetic intentions to a whole new level.
AKA a terrifying level.
For starters, there are all these distressed women...
...and Thicke's face is bloody for no reason.
There are all these people wearing masks that you might miss with the blink of an eye.
Is this some sort of subliminal message, Robin?