This week, Getty released the first public look at Rob Pattinson’s new album, Galore. The 19-year-old entertainer collaborated with producer Max Martin to create the album which is due for release on May 19.

The album will be available for pre-order now, but fans will have to wait until later this month to hear the full album. On May 19, the singer will host a listening party for his fans in New York City. He will then go on a North American tour in the summer with special guest Ed Sheeran.

The album marks Pattinson’s first foray into songwriting and was inspired by his travels to Los Angeles, Morocco, and other places. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Pattinson said that he wanted to capture the ‘‘magic’’ of traveling in a song rather than a picture. ‘‘When you’re on a trip, the pictures you take are amazing. But there’s something about being in a place that makes the experience more special,’’ he said.

The album’s first single, ‘‘Remember Me,’’ is a dreamy duet with English songwriter Ed Sheeran. It was written by Sheeran, Martin, and Swedish production team Niclas Electric. The melody of the song is based on Scottish bagpipes, but its instrumentation includes electric guitars and synths as well. The song is a heartfelt plea for a lover who has left you heartbroken. It is the first single to be released from the album.

The ‘‘Remember Me’’ music video was directed by Vincent Morazzani and shows a more mature and stylized Pattinson than fans are used to seeing. He is seen performing the song in a colorful and fashionable outfit while a backdrop of dancers and models dressed in vintage photographs move around him. The song’s video features cameos from fashion designers Stella McCartney and Victoria Beckham as well as models Lara Stone, Daisy Lowe, and others.

In an interview with Billboard, Morazzani described the making of the video: ‘‘We were inspired by the retro feel of old black and white films with a modern twist. We incorporated vintage costumes from the 20s and 30s and matched them with choreography inspired by the golden era of Hollywood.’’

While there are no official word on whether or not this will be the final album we see from Pattinson, it is safe to say that this is one to add to your playlist. And of course, many of you might want to do more than just listen to it. For those of you who want to own the physical copy of the album, you can find it in various formats (e.g. CD, vinyl, and download) on the band’s website.