Frank Ocean has unveiled a cryptic live stream on his official website ahead of his long-awaited new album.
At the time of writing, the stream over at boysdontcry.co (working best on Safari) shows the American singer in a largely-empty warehouse with orchestral music on loop. The track then cuts out and is replaced by the sound (and image) of him cutting wood with an electric saw.
What do you think Frank Ocean is actually doing?
— Ticketmaster UK (@TicketmasterUK) August 1, 2016
According to earlier reports, Lost music video director Francis Soriano claimed the stream is actually a looped video he made.
What will follow the video? We wait patiently to find out!
Ever. So. Patiently.
Meanwhile, a few of our favourite reactions on Twitter so far:
Every time music starts on Frank Ocean's livestream pic.twitter.com/MBvWkGYiSS
— Cor (@xoxoCorinne) August 1, 2016
Me listening to frank ocean cut wood pic.twitter.com/CajOT7Dk4D
— Grey Sweats Mando (@OGMagicMando) August 1, 2016
Frank Ocean live stream update: And, we're back to square one. pic.twitter.com/uecLkjm331
— KLIMOVSKI (@KLIM0VSKI) August 1, 2016
Frank Ocean tomorrow as he sees millions still on his livestream. pic.twitter.com/0ckG2oKjkg
— JUAN (@JUANACOSTA__) August 1, 2016
According to new reports, Frank Ocean’s sophomore album Boys Don’t Cry could be released this Friday (5 August). A source reportedly told The New York Times that the project will be an Apple Music exclusive for “only two weeks before becoming more widely available” and will be accompanied by a video and publications to be sold at Apple stores.