The Weeknd Announces Release Date for New Album 'After Hours' and Drops Title Track

The XO artist also unveiled the project's official cover art.

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The Weeknd has delivered a mid-week gift for fans.

The XO artist kept his word Tuesday night and unleashed his new single "After Hours," the title track off his much-anticipated fourth studio album. The Weeknd revealed the project's title and official cover art just hours before "After Hours" arrived. His Instagram post also confirmed the previously released singles "Heartless" and "Blinding Lights" would serve as tracks 7 and 9, respectively. "After Hours" will be placed at No. 13.

You can listen to "After Hours" now on Apple Music or below via Spotify. You can also hear the track up top on YouTube.

The Weekend also announced that the official drop date for his album is March 20. After Hours will mark his first album since 2016's Starboy, and first project since 2018's The Weeknd in Japan compilation.

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