Image from 'Glow' video

If you're in need of some heat this weekend, Oliver Symons (aka Warhola) has your back.

The Antwerp-based crooner has delivered a steamy R&B-pop cut in the form of his new single "Glow." And it lives up to its name, with Timberlake-esque, radio-ready vocals laced with all the hedonistic bedroom vibes of The Weeknd.

After releasing his debut EP back in 2016, he is now eyeing a new project, expected to be his full-length debut, sometime early this year, with "Glow" serving as the first preview of the record.

"'Glow' is a song about appearance, annoying negativity, about fake love and friendship, about trying to appear as someone you’re not," says Symons of the new single. "But on the other side it also talks about the exact opposite: falling in love, real friends, about simple things, good times and letting go. After all, 'I’m back, I’m where I should be, just another night in here, babe…'"

The song was released with an accompanying video shot around Medellin, Columbia. It centers around Symons and number of other people engaged in some of their most intimate moments, focusing on very intense kisses. 

"Often, the moments right before or after they started kissing felt the most real and most fragile," says Symons of the video. "I hope people will also feel the real connection between the everyone in the video."

See it below.