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As of Friday, March 20, The Weeknd After Hours album officially arrived complete with 14 tracks. Those include his previously released hits along with several other songs showing off his musical skills.
Here are more details about the new project, as well as where to stream and listen to The Weeknd’s new album.
The Weeknd’s After Hours tracklist
Canadian singer, songwriter, and producer Abel Makkonen Tesfaye is back again. Per a TMZ report, he’s delivered new music along with the message, “Let the music heal us all during these dark times.”
Most music listeners know him as The Weeknd. The singer has blessed ears with songs including Can’t Feel My Face, The Hills, and, most recently, the uptempo anthem Blinding Lights.
The latter of these tracks was one of three new songs he released over the past several months ahead of his new album. The other two were Heartless and the title track After Hours.
After Hours is The Weeknd’s fourth studio album following up previous entries My Dear Melancholy, Starboy, and Beauty Behind the Madness.
With The Weeknd After Hours album, he delivers 14 brand new tracks, including those three.
Unlike previous projects, none of the songs feature any guests. It’s just The Weeknd delivering his music, whether he’s crooning on a slow jam or over an uptempo 80s-style beat.
That said, hip-hop fans will be pleased to know that he enlisted the help of famed producer Metro Boomin’ on several of the tracks. These include Heartless, Escape from LA, and Faith.
Additionally, the song Scared to Live credits Elton John amongst the writers and mentions it contains interpolations of his track Your Song.
After Hours tracklist:
- 1. “Alone Again” 4:10
- 2. “Too Late” 3:59
- 3. “Hardest to Love” 3:31
- 4. “Scared to Live” 3:11
- 5. “Snowchild” 4:07
- 6. “Escape from LA” 5:55
- 7. “Heartless” 3:18
- 8. “Faith” 4:43
- 9. “Blinding Lights” 3:20
- 10. “In Your Eyes” 3:57
- 11. “Save Your Tears” 3:35
- 12. “Repeat After Me” (interlude) 3:15
- 13. “After Hours” 6:01
- 14. “Until I Bleed Out” 3:10
Where to stream and listen to new Weeknd album
The Weekend album After Hours is available on all of the music platforms that one might expect. That includes Spotify’s streaming service.
Check out the entire album via the Spotify embedded playlist below.
In addition to Spotify, it’s also available for Apple Music here, but a subscription is required or at the least, signing up for a free trial offer.
TIDAL fans have no fear, The Weeknd is also available on your platform at the TIDAL link here.
Fans now have something else to keep from going stir crazy in these times of social distancing and isolation.
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