On Friday, Hulu released a few preview images from season two of The Handmaid’s Tale, and now the streaming service has shared a proper teaser to accompany them. Set to a moody cover of Buffalo Springfield’s “For What It’s Worth,” the video doesn’t give a ton of details about where the show will go in its second season, but it is packed with spooky imagery that—in the case of one protest sign in particular—all feels chillingly and unsurprisingly timely. This teaser is also notable for giving both readers and watchers their first glimpse of the story beyond Margaret Atwood’s original novel, which the first season of Hulu’s show already covered.

The Handmaid’s Tale will premiere its second season on Hulu on April 25.

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