Feb. 1 (UPI) -- Super Junior-M singer Henry is gearing up to release his new single.
The 28-year-old K-pop star, born Henry Lau, posted a clip from his "Monster" music video Wednesday ahead of the song's release.
Henry shared the dramatic teaser with his 4.7 million Instagram followers. The video follows the singer as he drives up to a party, and also shows him with cuts and scratches on his face.
"Teaser out. 20180202 #monster new single," he captioned the clip.
Henry will make his comeback Friday, Feb. 2 with the self-produced single "Monster," according to The Korea Herald. The star's agency, Label SJ, said the song tells the story of a heartbroken man and "the emotional changes he suffers."
SM Entertainment, who owns Label SJ, confirmed the news in a tweet Tuesday alongside cover art for "Monster."
"#HENRY (@henrylau89) '#Monster' 2018.02.02 6PM KST," the company wrote.
Henry was born and raised in Toronto, Canada, and came to fame with the Chinese-South Korean boy band Super Junior-M. His most recent solo EP, Fantastic, debuted in 2014, and was followed by four singles in 2017, including "Girlfriend" and "That One."