Jimmy Fallon isn't hiding anything on the cover of his new album - literally.
The 37-year-old talk show host and comedian is releasing his second major record this summer. He posted a photo of the unique and somewhat graphic cover art on his Twitter page, saying: "Pre-order our album "Blow Your Pants Off." (See above).
The album cover displays the host holding a glass of red wine and laying on what appears to be a furry bed cover. There's a cozy fire in the background, and Fallon's pants are noticeable missing, with a QR code covering his bare bottom.
The new album, which includes original songs as well as popular content from his NBC talk show "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," also features guest appearances by artists including Justin Timberlake, Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen, Eddie Vedder and Stephen Colbert.
Fallon released his first album, "The Bathroom Wall," in 2002. It featured 14 tracks, all written by the comedian, with singles such as "Idiot Boyfriend" and "Drinking in the Woods." The album earned Fallon a Grammy nod for "Best Spoken Comedy Album" in 2003.
Fallon is perhaps best known for his long-running gig on popular sketch comedy show "Saturday Night Live." The musician and actor appeared on the show from 1998 to 2004 with memorable recurring skits such as "Weekend Update" and "The Barry Gibb Talk Show." Fallon has also appeared in films such as "Fever Pitch" and "Whip It."
"Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" debuted in 2009 and aires on weeknights. Recently, President Barack Obama appeared as a guest and he and Fallon both "slow jammed the news." The U.S. leader gave a speech about the increase in taxes on student loans while Fallon's band, The Roots, played a slow jam beat behind him. The talk show host made sure to add his own comedy flare to the skit.
"Oh yeah, you should trust the president," Fallon interrupted. "Or as I like to call him, the 'Preezy of the United Steezy.' Things are heating up inside of Congress' chambers, behind all of those closed doors."
Watch the video from the April 24 show below.