Continuing the rollout of videos from his latest Jesus Is King album, it seems that Kanye West will bring his newest visual to your Thanksgiving table.

On Wednesday (Nov. 27), ‘Ye announced via Twitter that “Closed on Sunday”—presumedly, the video—will premiere on Thursday (Nov. 28).

“Closed on Sunday. World premiere. 11 28 19,” he wrote.

The Chick-fil-A referencing song will be the latest Jesus Is King cut to receive a visual treatment, following “Follow God,” which featured Kanye and his dad driving around on his Wyoming property. The video, which was previewed by Kim Kardashian, included a message from ‘Ye.

“My dad came to visit me at one of our ranches in Cody, Wyoming. He talked about his love for fishing, and how he would like to come here in the summers,” the note read. “It took me 42 years to realize that my dad was my best friend. He asked me, ‘How many acres is this?’ I told him 4000. He replied with these three words: ‘A black man?’”

The newly announced “Closed on Sunday” premiere arrives hot off the heels of Kanye’s Nebuchadnezzar opera and teased Dr. Dre-collaborated Jesus Is King sequel.

According to TMZ, Ronny J—also known by his producer tag, OMG Ronny—just wrapped up production sessions at Kanye’s Wyoming residence for Jesus Is King Part II. Dre and ‘Ye previously revealed the sequel album was in the works on social media earlier this month.

“To be honest, I’m working with Dre,” Ronny told the outlet. “Shout out ‘Ye, ‘cause me, Dre and ‘Ye all got some sh*t on the way… It’s something special, something a little extra for the fans.”

Ronny also revealed that Dre is working on additional records in support of the album and that fans can expect Jesus Is King Part II soon.