The Weeknd Shares 'After Hours' Release Date and New Song

Hear the latest from the GRAMMY-winning singer

February 19, 2020

Double check your calendar, The Weeknd’s season is coming early. The singer who notably comes “alive in the fall time” has set his sights on spring for his upcoming album.

After Hours is the latest LP from The Weeknd, and it is set to arrive on March 20.

This week the “Heartless” crooner dropped the cover art and revealed the title track for his first album since 2016’s Starboy. “After Hours” is a big sprawling epic, filled with dark vibes and heartbreak that finds The Weeknd continuing the story set by lead singles with a woozy apology.

Fans have been quick to liken the new song to the singer’s Trilogy era, featuring similar production and aesthetics to the collection that the artist broke through with in 2012.

After Hours is the fourth official studio album from The Weeknd, following number ones in 2015 and 2016. In 2018 the singer released his My Dear Melancholy, EP featuring “Call Out My Name.”

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